LIVE from the NYPL: Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor with Shaun King: Reforming Justice
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor is a professor of African-American Studies at Princeton University whose work on the history and politics of Black America has examined the realities of race and structural inequality in incarceration, housing policies, police violence, and unemployment. Shaun King is a writer for The Intercept and Harvard Law School’s Fair Punishment Project as well as an activist who has rapidly risen to become one of the most public faces fighting for justice and families, and against brutality and discrimination. Join them for a crucial conversation on the America they see today, and the one they envision for tomorrow.
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