On this edition, excerpts from a panel on racial justice, culture and politics featuring some of today’s most insightful and outspoken artists.  Rinku Sen, Applied Research Center executive director; Jose Antonio Vargas, Define American founder; Negin Farsad, Comedian; Jeff Chang, Writer; Lolis Eric Elie, writer and documentary filmmaker

Host: Jen Chien Producers: George Lavender, Andrew Stelzer Executive Director: Lisa Rudman Development Manager: Juanita Carroll Young Production Interns: Lisa Bartfai, Eryn Mathewson, Salima Hamirani Web Editor: Irene Florez Organizational Volunteers: Dan Turner, Alton Byrd and Barbara Barnett

 

ON Making Contact | January 31, 2013 | 12:30 pm

Beats, Rhymes and Laughs: Culture as a Tool for Racial Justice

On this edition, excerpts from a panel on racial justice, culture and politics featuring some of today’s most insightful and outspoken artists.  Rinku Sen, Applied Research Center executive director; Jose Antonio Vargas, Define American founder; Negin Farsad, Comedian; Jeff Chang, Writer; Lolis Eric Elie, writer and documentary filmmaker

Host: Jen Chien Producers: George Lavender, Andrew Stelzer Executive Director: Lisa Rudman Development Manager: Juanita Carroll Young Production Interns: Lisa Bartfai, Eryn Mathewson, Salima Hamirani Web Editor: Irene Florez Organizational Volunteers: Dan Turner, Alton Byrd and Barbara Barnett

 

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