Where Do Police Violence Protests Go From Here?

Reset talks with a civil rights historian about the Black Lives Matter movement and how history can inform present-day social action.

AMERICA PROTESTS CHICAGO
A woman looks at a retail store as a boarded-up wall painted with a Black Lives Matter message in Andersonville, Saturday, June 13, 2020. Nam Y. Huh / ASSOCIATED PRESS
AMERICA PROTESTS CHICAGO
A woman looks at a retail store as a boarded-up wall painted with a Black Lives Matter message in Andersonville, Saturday, June 13, 2020. Nam Y. Huh / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Where Do Police Violence Protests Go From Here?

Reset talks with a civil rights historian about the Black Lives Matter movement and how history can inform present-day social action.

In the wake of the recent police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, we've seen one of the biggest protest movements in American history calling for the protection of black lives. 

Reset talks with a historian at the University of Illinois, Chicago about where the Black Lives Matter movement may go from here.

GUEST: Barbara Ransby, historian, political activist and author of Making All Black Lives Matter: Reimagining Freedom In The 21st Century