Protest politics: What makes real change happen?



Moderator: Natalie Yahr
Panelists: M Adams, Matthew Braunginn & Douglas McLeod

Madison and the nation are seeing some of the most intensive protests since the 1960s, centered this time around racial disparities and policing in particular. Two longtime Madison activists and a university researcher discuss the role of protests in changing policy and culture and look at what is likely to happen this time.

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