Document Type

Podcast

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Format

Audio: MP3; File size: 15.9 MB; Duration: 00:13:58

Release Date

10-31-2022

Subjects

Black lives matter movement, Social justice, Anti-racism, Racial justice, Racial equity, Equality, Discrimination

Episode Description

In this episode of PDXPLORERS, Professor Shirley Jackson discusses research in which she examines how members of the Black community in the Portland metro region perceived the Black Lives Matter/George Floyd protests that took place during the summer of 2020. Jackson, a sociologist and expert in race, social movements, and gender, is interviewing members of the Black community in the metro region to better understand individual and community sentiments on issues including the government response to the Black Lives Matter protests, participation of whites in BLM protests, and "Defund the Police."

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Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/38717

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