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Black Voices of Tucson Episode 2.3: March 4 Justice Tucson

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Screenshot from Black Voices of Tucson Episode 2.2, featuring March 4 Justice Tucson founders Jasmine Drummer (bottom right), Tiana McDaniel (top right) and Jovanna (bottom left), hosted by Daily Wildcat Arts Editor Ella McCarville (top left) and News Editor Priya Jandu (top center).

In this installment of Black Voices of Tucson, March 4 Justice Tucson founders spoke with Daily Wildcat editors on the Black Lives Matter protests, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd, a Black man, in Minneapolis, and discussed what is still left to be done in fighting for justice for Black people in the U.S.

RELATED: Black Voices of Tucson Episode 2.1: March 4 Justice Tucson

This is part three of the interview with March 4 Justice Tucson.


Black Voices of Tucson Episode 2.3

The third part of the epdisode 2 of Black Voices of Tucson, an Arizona Student Media series. In this episode, March 4 Justice Tucson discusses the recent Black Lives Matter protests and what it left to be done in terms of getting justice for Black people in the U.S. This Daily Wildcat episode done in partnership with UATV 3 and KAMP Student Radio.

Posted by Arizona Daily Wildcat on Tuesday, July 14, 2020


RELATED: Black Voices of Tucson Episode 2.2: March 4 Justice Tucson

Black Voices of Tucson is a collaborative series between the three Arizona Student Media organizations: the Daily Wildcat, UATV and KAMP Student Radio.


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