Sixty years in America. What's the Difference?

64 minutes

Sixty years makes a difference. Or does it? The period from 1960 to 2020 was a turbulent time in the United States. What has really changed?  The ETT Team reviews the laws, practices, and societal norms and considers the real changes that have occurred in race relations and the advancement of African Americans in terms of employment, housing, education, and in the criminal justice system. Yes, changes have occurred. In this heated discussion, the Espresso Talk Today team debates whether any real progress has been made. Segregation. Red-lining. Employment. Black businesses. Black economic power. Everything is the table for this discussion. Don't miss it!

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