The University of South Dakota’s podcast, Credit Hour, introduced a new series titled “Voices Amplified,” focused on conversations exploring race, social justice, and criminal justice reform.
Exploring the History of Social Justice
In this first episode of Voices Amplified, Laura Renée Chandler, Ph.D., discusses topics ranging from protests to institutional bias to the history of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Dyanis Popova, Ph.D., explores topics such as critical social justice theory, the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and implicit bias in this episode of Voices Amplified.
Credit Hour welcomes USD School of Law dean Neil Fulton to discuss the legal dimensions of systemic racism, social justice and criminal justice reform in this episode of Voices Amplified.
USD graduate and artist Reyna Hernandez, ‘16 B.A., B.F.A., dives into discussion about Indigenous representation in media and public spaces.