On Point

On Point

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NPR's On Point, a two-hour live show on the news, culture and more. Hosted by @MeghnaWBUR and @davidfolkenflik. Weekdays from 10 to noon EST.

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On Point
24 minutes ago

Got questions for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar about activism, racism, the George Floyd protests, or American leadership? Leave them below ⬇️

Tomorrow, 11 a.m. ET: We speak with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. What questions do you have for him about the George Floyd protests and his history of activism? Tell us at 617-353-0683.

Tomorrow, 10 a.m. ET: If you live abroad, what conversations are you having about the George Floyd protests? What discussions are you having about police brutality and American leadership? Call us and leave a voicemail at 617-353-0683.

Listen back: We checked in with journalists in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Atlanta to discuss what their listeners are telling them about what they want for America now. @AngelaDavisMPR, @waberosescott and @SandyBanksLA joined us. https://t.co/9RItQxU9JF

Amid nationwide protests against police brutality and a pandemic, where does the presidential election stand? We discussed the road to November with @rashadrobinson, @CleveWootson and @anthonygbrooks. https://t.co/u5NRr0KUW1

@AngelaDavisMPR @waberosescott @SandyBanksLA "I think for young folks particularly ... understanding how their local government works is important," @waberosescott says.

Tomorrow, we speak with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. What questions do you have for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar about his history of activism? What leadership do you think our country needs to fight racism? Tell us at 617-353-0683.

@AngelaDavisMPR @waberosescott @SandyBanksLA .@SandyBanksLA says the George Floyd protests are "really multicultural" protests. "You see so many people, so many ages, so many races, coming together."

@AngelaDavisMPR @waberosescott @SandyBanksLA "The consistent message from people who are protesting peacefully, and from George Floyd's family members, are that they want justice," @AngelaDavisMPR says. "They want the arrest of the other three officers who were involved."

Live: As protests continue across the United States, we check in directly with Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Atlanta to get the latest. @AngelaDavisMPR, @waberosescott and @SandyBanksLA join us. https://t.co/wPXx7SYYis

@rashadrobinson "The only way our political leaders will stand up and speak out is if we join together and take action," @rashadrobinson says.

"People don't just want answers to these immediate things, of the justice, which we want," @rashadrobinson says. "We want and we're demanding systemic change."

If you live abroad, what conversations are you having about the George Floyd protests? What discussions are you having about police brutality and American leadership? Call us and leave a voicemail at 617-353-0683.

WBUR
a day ago

“I think the best thing you can do is teach young white kids to be good allies," Christian Cooper says. Listen to @OnPointRadio's hour on how to talk with kids about race, racism and police violence in America. https://t.co/FzZC8Q6lWh

Another day, another @dailytarheel alum on @OnPointRadio. @CleveWootson from the @washingtonpost joins to discuss how protests over racism and police brutality are shaping the 2020 election: https://t.co/LsRANTgJVs

Live: Racism and police brutality on the ballot. What messages are Americans sending to politicians about what they want in November? @rashadrobinson, @CleveWootson and @anthonygbrooks join us. https://t.co/AQoqeyKSPt

Today: We talk to journalists in Los Angeles, Atlanta and Minneapolis about what they're hearing from protesters. Do you live in one of these cities? What are you seeing? @AngelaDavisMPR, @waberosescott and @SandyBanksLA join us. https://t.co/wPXx7Tgza0

Today: We talk about how race and police brutality are on the ballot this year. How are you weighing these issues? @rashadrobinson, @CleveWootson and @anthonygbrooks join us. https://t.co/AQoqez2tH1

NPR
20 hours ago

Primary elections in several states and D.C. are underway amid a pandemic and nationwide protests against George Floyd's death and police brutality. Here are the latest results 👇 https://t.co/ex8VOI1YKO

Tomorrow, 11 a.m. ET: We’ll talk to journalists in Los Angeles, Atlanta and Minneapolis about what they're hearing from protesters. What are you seeing and hearing in your part of the country? How are you thinking through this moment? Tell us at 617-353-0683.

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