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LISTEN: Executive Director Of The Idaho Black History Museum On Racial Unrest

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Phillip Thompson of the Idaho Black History Museum is planning an event to stand in solidarity, but wants to ensure it's done safely and responsibly during the pandemic.

Heated debate over justice in America in the shadow of the death of George Floyd continues to boil over in many of the nation’s cities. 

 

 

We check in with Phillip Thompson, executive director and board president at the Idaho Black History Museum, on the importance of rhetoric and language, the responsibilities behind protesting during a pandemic, and what we should be telling our children about this moment in time.

Find reporter George Prentice on Twitter @georgepren

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