Racism isn’t an easy topic to discuss. Especially for an NAACP director, conservative commenter, a columnist for a liberal publication and a Republican contender for state representative. How can America have a conversation about racism, when some of our best and brightest can’t even agree on its basic definition?
Radio host David Boze on AM 770 KTTH moderated a Freedom Series: Race in America at Seattle University, which brought together a panel of four diverse individuals to discuss the issue of race; a timely topic after a string of recent incidents involving police, race, and more have forced the issue into public conversation.
Joining Boze on stage was Seattle-King County NAACP Development Director Dr. Sheley Secrest; Seattle’s The Stranger columnist Charles Mudede; conservative activist, entrepreneur and former candidate for state representative Monique Valenzuela Trudnowski; and conservative political commentator, columnist, author, radio talk show host, and lawyer Ben Shapiro.