Reporters’ Roundtable

George Floyd’s family is urging civil rights protesters to “be his legacy.”  Family members told thousands at today’s commitment march for racial equality in DC they have to be the voice and the change.  The rally was called “Get your knee off our necks” – a reference to Floyd’s police death in may.  It commemorated the 1963 march on Washington where the iconic “I have a dream” speech was made by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  We talk about the march and some of the other stories impacting African-Americans this week.

Erica Savage Wilson, Political Analyst

Dr. Greg Carr, Chair, Afro-American Studies, Howard University