It’s that time of year again, though postponed for the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Summer Olympic Games are back. Before heading out to Tokyo for the 2021 games though, listen as Dr. Carol François and Kourtney Square, her niece, talk about protests and systemic racism that have been part
Publish Date: Jul 19, 2021
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It’s that time of year again, though postponed for the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Summer Olympic Games are back. Before heading out to Tokyo for the 2021 games though, listen as Dr. Carol François and Kourtney Square, her niece, talk about protests and systemic racism that have been part of the games since their inception. Want more, take our course Systemic Racism: See it, Say it, Confront it at www.whyaretheysoangry.com and find us anywhere at www.podpage.com.whyaretheysoangry
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