As we come to the end of a very long presidential election cycle, what can we do to remedy our legacy of racial injustice and move forward? University of Washington professor Megan Ming Francis searches for answers to that question in her talk “Race and Violence in American Politics.”
She is an assistant professor of political science and the author of “Civil Rights and the Making of the Modern American State.” She spoke at UW’s Kane Hall on October 12. Sonya Harris recorded her talk.
Listen to the full version of her talk below