If you’re on social media, you’ve probably seen his posts all over Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Social Activist and author, Shaun King joined the show to discuss his new book “Make Change.”
He also shared how the passing of Civil Rights Leaders John Lewis and C.T. Vivian impacted his careers and the lesson he’s learned from the activists. Of course, he shared his thoughts, on the current state of the country. Listen to his suggestions of how to fix a broken system.
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Destroying America’s Racist Past: Protesters Take Down Confederate And Imperialist Statues
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1. Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument
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2. Robert E. Lee statue
Source:Photo by Ryan M. Kelly / AFP) (Photo by RYAN M. KELLY/AFP via Getty Images
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3. Confederate general Albert Pike
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4. Charles Linn of the Confederate Navy
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5. Robert E. Lee statue in front of Robert E. Lee High School
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6. Portsmouth Confederate monument
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7. Confederate General Williams Carter Wickham
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8. North Carolina Confederate monument
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9. Christopher Columbus
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Shaun King Shares The Influence of John Lewis And How to Fix A Broken System [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]
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