Can the events in Ferguson, Missouri, happen in your town or city? Why are reactions to these latest events divided along racial lines? How do we heal and move forward?
You are invited to tune in to KABF 88.3 FM or listen live online at 9 a.m. Monday, August 25.
I will appear on The College of Aspiring Artists’ show with special guest Rep. Fredrick J. Love of Little Rock to discuss how recent events in Ferguson can and should spark civil conversations about race and equality in Arkansas.
Call in with your comments and questions at 855.525.5683.
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The Institute on Race and Ethnicity at UALR was founded in July 2011. With a vision to make Arkansas the best state in the country for promoting and celebrating racial and ethnic diversity, the Institute conducts research, promotes scholarship and provides programs that address racial inequities.
It does so by facilitating open and honest dialogue aimed at empowering communities and informing public policy to achieve more equitable outcomes. For more information, visit ualr.edu/race-ethnicity or the Institute’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Arkworktogether.