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Youth Experiences with Racism

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Barnstable ally group
Youth protesters last summer

On The Point, we discuss youth experiences with racism, young people's ideas on how to address racism and white supremacy, and how schools are responding.
Guests on the program are:

Jeanne Morrison, consultant in diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives for nonprofit organizations, and career counselor to youth of color. She serves on multiple local and state boards and steering committees for non- profit organizations committed to social and racial justice including the League of Women Voters Cape Cod, Barnstable Human Rights Commission and Barnstable No Place For Hate.

Romaine Morgan, poet, graduate of Dennis Yarmouth High School and currently a student at Cape Cod Community College.

Tamora Israel, graduate of 4 C’s, and a writer for the non profit AMPLIFY People of Color.

Meg Mayo Brown, Superintendent for Barnstable Public Schools

Krissie Williams, history teacher at Barnstable High School and creator a new class offering titled “The African American Experience.” She is also the founder of Barnstable Ally Group.

Dhakir Warren, Administrator for Student Affairs at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School.

Kathryn Eident is an award-winning journalist and hosts WCAI's Morning Edition. She began producing stories for WCAI in 2008 as a Boston University graduate student reporting from the Statehouse. Since then, Kathryn’s work has appeared in the Boston Globe, Cape Cod Times, Studio 360, Scientific American, and Cape and Plymouth Business Magazine.