The March for Our Lives and Intersectional Youth Organizing feat. Amanda Matos and Professor Khalil Muhammad – Podcast
The Kennedy School Review’s Podcast explores the vast range of talents and experiences that HKS students and faculty bring to our community. We highlight student voices and bring students and faculty together to discuss the work they do.
In this episode, first-year Masters in Public Policy student Amanda Matos has a candid conversation with Professor Khalil Gibran Muhammad about the March For Our Lives movement, the tension between the question of gun violence in communities of color and the narrative of mass shootings, and the power of intersectional youth organizing to develop a principled platform against gun violence.
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