Participants in the Episcopal Church program, Nov. 15-16 “Fifty Years Later: The State of Racism in America,” speak of the experience and how they see anti-racism work going forward. From Episcopal News Service
Isaiah Brokenleg, Lakota, program director/epidemiologist for the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, talks about the invisibility of racism when Native Americans are involved. Brokenleg is a member of the Diocese of Fond du Lac.
Ray Suarez, former PBS chief national correspondent who recently joined Al-Jazeera America, reflects on the difficulty Americans have in talking about race.
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