#12 – Racialized Trauma, Protest, and the Hope for Future Justice with Dr. Monetta Bailey

#12 – Racialized Trauma, Protest, and the Hope for Future Justice with Dr. Monetta Bailey

We cap off Season 2 with Dr. Monetta Bailey, professor of sociology at Ambrose University, and I share our thoughts on racialized trauma and protest. We also ask, is there hope for change in the face of anti-racist protests? Is justice available to all? We drill down on the issue of cultural and corporate prejudice and share a candid conversation about our experience with racism, why we’re hopeful (or not), and where that leaves us going forward.