The United States is in a period of self-reflection and contentious debate on race relations, and President Joe Biden is leaning into it.
In this episode of the Political Theater podcast, Rashawn Ray, a scholar at the Brookings Institution and sociology professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, discusses Biden’s practical and personal approach to race relations, from executive orders and promoting legislation to listening and grieving.
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- Why Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders need stronger political representation
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