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Outrage over George Floyd catalyzes movements for racial justice abroad
Jun 11, 2020, 6:40 PM EDT
The killing of George Floyd has led to racial reckonings far beyond the U.S. In France, protesters point to incidents of police violence against black people and complain the government hasn’t done enough to address systemic racism. Activists in the United Kingdom say their national history is “whitewashed.” And in Berlin, Black Lives Matter is calling for reparations. Nick Schifrin reports.
Black Sheep is produced by Black Sheep Studios with Daniella Isaacs for BBH. It’s recorded, mixed, and mastered by our friends at Soho Radio, and the music is by Daniel Lovegrove.
Rokhaya Diallo is a French journalist and activist who has squared up to the state on more than one occasion. She’s also a disruptive creative force to be reckoned with, directing and writing films, documentaries, and books. She’s one of Slate Magazine’s 100 Most Influential Women and was the only French person invited to attend the inauguration of the Obama Foundation.
Rokhaya talks to our host, Daniella Isaacs, about institutional racism, microaggressions and not apologizing for her existence.
For this year’s 4th of July celebration, the U.S. Department of State’s Africa Regional Services has scheduled an Independence Day Livestream featuring music and interviews with artists, entrepreneurs, and innovators from both the United States and Sub-Saharan African countries. I will be the host for this Livestream, alongside South African DJ Mo Laudi, a TRUE Africa favorite.
The four-hour Livestream, which will take place from 2 pm to 6 pm GMT on July 4, 2020, will be broadcast on www.letfreedomring.tv and on Facebook and YouTube under the theme “Let Freedom Ring.” Let Freedom Ring is the title of a classic album by jazz saxophonist Jackie McLean, recorded in 1962 and released on the Blue Note label. (continued on-site)
Yesterday, Churchill Show entertainer Zainabu Zeddy linked the recent deaths of her two colleagues to frustrations in the comedy industry.
Through a long post, Zeddy exposed and accused Churchill Show Creative Director, Victor Ber of being a “dream killer” adding that he frustrated comedians and threw them into depression.
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