Arizona Horizon Roundtable on race, unrest and healing

In light of events in Phoenix and across the country, Vanessa Ruiz, director of diversity for the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU, moderated a discussion with community leaders about the current unrest, and how we can come together to find common ground and heal. Our guests are Dr. Debora Colbert, interim executive director of the Black Mothers Forum, Roy Tatem, Jr., president of East Valley NAACP, and Lola N’sangou, executive director of Mass Liberation Arizona.

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