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What Comes Next Teachers College: Professor Chris Emdin | reflection of non-indictment in the Eric Garner case
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"Use of Force" is a sub-series of the podcast where we highlight one instance of NYPD use of lethal force over the past decade along the route we're walking for the week. The name refers to the Use of Force reports the NYPD generates each year where descriptions of these events are compiled. This week we discuss the 2014 death of Eric Garner, a 43-year old man who was famously choked by NYPD police officers in Tompkinsville, Staten Island over selling loose cigarettes. For more information including a mapping of lethal force in New York over the past decade, visit https://highleyvarlet.com/posts/Use_of_Force
Jenae Ailia, a Sacramento-native musician, speaks on the importance of implementing diversity within the arts in today's episode. While navigating her path towards her present career, she mentions how diverse representation displays degrees of possibility for future generations. Her experience offers insight to not only the need for reform but the immense obstacles she overcame to find her creative identity.
Ep. 12 Dr. Eric Garner - The Lion the Way and the War
The Lion, the Way and the War With Craig Allison
In this special episode, Craig brings on Dr. Eric Garner, Minister for Avondale Church of Christ, and Teacher at Boyd Buchanan School. Eric has studied at Carson-Newman University, Lee University, OABS, and MTSU. In this week's hour long episode special, The Guys discuss our Christian response to the racial tensions across America and why we are still dealing with skin color in 2020.