Episode 22: A discussion with Cordero Barkley

How do race relations affect the city of Green Bay? That's the question asked today by Eliot, Rhonda, and special guest Cordero Barkley. Cordero is a self proclaimed community activist who loves to help those in need. They discuss what it is like growing up as a black youth.

Subscribe to: Political Radar Podcast [Archived]

iTunes YouTube Stitcher Android RSS

Topics Discussed Include:

- What does Cordero's group do?
- Does Green Bay stereotype successful black men?
- Should we be concerned for our cities police?
- Are our police doing a good job?
- Are people treated differently based on class and wealth?
- Do black children need to be taught more about the law to defend themselves?
- Is being pulled over different based on your race?
- Is the Black Lives Matter movement a part of a greater struggle?
- How has social media changed the conversation of racial profiling?
- Does Black Lives Matter support violence?
- How can Green Bay's community improve relationships with the police?

Disclosure
These show notes may contain links to products or services with which we have an affiliate relationship. We may receive a commission or bonuses from your actions on such links