Arizona Horizon Town Hall on racism and social injustice in America

The Arizona Horizon Town Halls are designed to give Arizonans more information about the things that impact your life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every week, we’ll put your questions before lawmakers, other public officials and experts in a variety of fields.

Our guests answer questions on the current state of racism and social injustice in America – and what’s next:

  • Representative Reginald Bolding, state lawmaker
  • Dr. Eleanor Seaton (PhD), associate professor, Arizona State University
  • Pastor Warren Stewart Jr., Church of the Remnant & activist

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In this segment:

Representative Reginald Bolding, state lawmaker
Dr. Eleanor Seaton (PhD), associate professor, Arizona State University
Pastor Warren Stewart Jr., Church of the Remnant & activist

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