Episode 497: From Little Rock to George Floyd, a poem for the protests, the Boogaloos, Pride during a pandemic and more June 5, 2020

from Day 6 from CBC Radio· ·

The Little Rock Nine's Terrence Roberts keeps up the fight, a black university dean finds hope after sharing his anger and grief with his students, Somali- Canadian poet Ifrah Hussein responds to weeks of police violence with verse, why the Boogaloo movement prepares for a second U.S. civil war, business is booming at an Afrocentric bookstore, celebrating Pride during a pandemic in rural and remote Canada, Edoardo Ballerini the audiobooks rockstar, and more.



The Little Rock Nine's Terrence Roberts keeps up the fight, a black university dean finds hope after sharing his anger and grief with his students, Somali- Canadian poet Ifrah Hussein responds to weeks of police violence with verse, why the Boogaloo movement prepares for a second U.S. civil war, business is booming at an Afrocentric bookstore, celebrating Pride during a pandemic in rural and remote Canada, Edoardo Ballerini the audiobooks rockstar, and more.