"This work needs to go deeper than listening"

Mar 20, 2019

March on Washington, August 28, 1963
Credit Library of Congress

The passionate young people of the civil rights movement in the '60s have given way to passionate young people of today, engaged in movements that are simultaneously new and depressingly familiar.

Jordon Moses is one of the speakers at a panel discussion tonight (TED at the Teatro, Anti-racism in the US: A panel on race & racism) and he points out that every generation understands different things about the work of ending racism in this country.

But fundamentally, he says, it's about making connections and a commitment.