City Visions: Social Justice Educator Dr. Lori Watson on How To Forge Racial Equity
The killing of George Floyd has ignited an outpouring of support for the Black Lives Matter movement, bringing attention to structural racism in law enforcement, education, employment and other institutions. We'll speak to race equity consultant Lori Watson about how unconscious bias contributes to systemic racism and what we can all do to practice anti-racism.
We'll also get the latest on COVID-19 in the Bay Area and hear from musician and educator Eugene Rodriguez of Los Cenzontles about amplifying Mexican music and dance in the pandemic.
Erin Allday, health reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
Peter Chin-Hong, infectious diseases specialist, UCSF
Dr. Lori Watson, race equity consultant and educator
Eugene Rodriguez, executive director, Los Cenzontles Cultural Arts Academy
Produced by: Susie Britton and Gillian Emblad