Utah Podcast Week: The Uncomfortable Truth Podcast, Part 2 of "Urban Renewal, Negro Removal" with Loki Muholland and Lavaughn Brown, featuring Reverend Rene Kessler, Plus, The Civil Rights Veterans Relief Fund
Loki Mullholland, as Executive Director of the Joan Trumpauer Mullholland Foundation, announced a new fund that will assist veterans of the Civil Rights Movement affected by the Covid 19 pandemic. Read their press release here.
The Uncomfortable Truth Podcast, Part 2 of Urban Renewal, Negro Removal: "Gentrification had another name back in the 1950s and '60... Urban Renewal. However, James Baldwin called it for what it was, 'Negro Removal'".
The Uncomfortable Truth is a podcast that asks the question, how do you end racism if you're too afraid to talk about it? Along with Co-host and Freedom Rider, Lavaughn Brown, Emmy-winning filmmaker, Loki Mulholland continues the conversation started in his award-winning film, "The Uncomfortable Truth", to learn the answers to the questions we all need to be asking about race and racism in America. in this episode, they explore the history of housing policy in America with the example of Knoxville, Tennesse, featuring Reverend Rene Kessler of the Black Cultural Exchange
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: