Black farmers, political leadership, reparations, Greenwood Bank and HBCUs. What the pandemic taught us in 2020? | The Light Series

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The 2020 elections and the coronavirus pandemic left the country with much to reflect on, and how to move forward. We cover this on the Weekly Check In with Dr. Sherice J. Nelson.

Dr. Nelson tackles the question, what the pandemic taught us in 2020? We cover the recent political elections, Black farmers, banking, and reparations. Dr. Nelson also talks about if we are headed towards racial progression, and if so, what does that look like in what appears to be what she calls a “Civil War.” Added, she talks about the growing tension in the Democratic leadership between moderates and progressives. Is change gonna come? We will see.

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