On Trauma & Redemption: What I Learned from Sharing Space with Raymond Santana and Kevin Richardson

Donney Rose
Mar 14, 2020 - 9:00

Earlier this week, my wife Leslie tagged me in a Facebook posting from her alma mater’s (Xavier University of New Orleans) page about a public lecture being hosted by their Center for Equity, Justice and the Human Spirit featuring two of the five men now known as the “Exonerated 5”. 

Back in November 2019, the center’s organizers hosted a similar talk with The 1619 Project founder, Nikole Hannah-Jones, that we thoroughly enjoyed. So, when Leslie asked if I wanted to make the 80-mile trek from...

Login to continue reading.
Dont Have an account? join now
Lost your password? Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.

Leave a Reply

Become a member and join TheNorthStar

Join Over 25, 000 members from all 50 states and 100+ countries to
help build and sustain the most courageous Community of liberation
journalism in the world.

More From The North Star

March on Washington 2020 Live...

March on Washington 2020 Live Blog: Thousands Gather in D.C. to End Police Brutality...Read More

Maria Perez, Nicole Rojas & Micah Schaffer

KENDI: Is It Okay to...

KENDI: Is It Okay to Celebrate Thanksgiving?...Read More

Kendi K.

Coalition of Black Health...

Coalition of Black Health Professionals Is Working to Break Distrust of Vaccines As COVID-19 Continues to Disproportionately Affect Black Americans...Read More

Nicole Rojas

See more articles from Donney Rose

Follow Donney Rose to see more of their article on TheNorth