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Reckoning with Race (Keith A. Wailoo)

Reckoning with Race (Keith A. Wailoo)

Several killings of unarmed Black citizens at the hands of police this year, most notably George Floyd, sparked nationwide protests, against the backdrop of a pandemic that is emphasizing racial and economic inequalities. Keith Wailoo joins Before the Ballot to discuss the events of 2020 — placing them within historical context and discussing what makes this moment unique. Wailoo is the Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University. ABOUT THE SHOW Before the Ballot is a podcast series designed to educate voters before they cast their ballots this November. It features faculty at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. The show is hosted by Elisabeth Donahue, associate dean of public affairs and communications. It is produced and edited by Henry Barrett ’22 and B. Rose Huber, communications manager and senior writer. Sarah Binder, communications specialist, wrote these summaries.

Duration: 25 min

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