Our Lives Matter

Episode 55.0 Our Lives Matter:
Guest Host Tianna Mañón, editor-in-chief of Open Mic Magazine, welcomes Guest Adult Co-Host Shanterra Randle-Brown from The Center for Teen Empowerment to the show along with this year’s YOs to discuss Our Lives Matter and the other topics on which they are working (Solutions Not Suspensions, Police Dialogues, School to Prison Pipeline). Join the discussion by making a comment and let your voice be heard on these topics.  Sponsored by people who care: Layer3 Technologies & The Fenlon Family

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One Comment on “Our Lives Matter”

  1. Toya
    February 27, 2016 at 3:01 am #

    Excellent discussion young ladies and gentlemen! Thoughtful points, very well spoken, knowledgeable and confident. I wouldn’t expect anything less. Thank you for articulating the barriers that today’s youth face in a manner that doesn’t dismiss the experiences of older generations.

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