S03 E33: Race Relations & the Civil Rights Movement with documentarian Loki Mulholland

In the last episode of the season, the award-winning documentarian Loki Mulholland joined the show to discuss the Civil Rights Movement, racism, and race relations in the USA.

Loki Mulholland, a native of Virginia, is an award-winning filmmaker, and the son of Civil Rights legend Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. The show covers how the USA’s past is indeed connected to its present.

See you in the autumn for Series 4!


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