Episode 17: Grappling with Racial Tension Part 2

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    Local hip-hop artist Nakuu produced a song called , “Brothers;” as a way to get people talking about racial tension. in York, Pennsylvania. (Jessica Kourkounis for Keystone Crossroads)

    Local hip-hop artist Nakuu produced a song called , “Brothers;” as a way to get people talking about racial tension. in York, Pennsylvania. (Jessica Kourkounis for Keystone Crossroads)

    In case you missed Part 1, make sure to go back and listen to it first before playing this episode. On Part 2, we’ll try to understand racial tension in York, Pennsylvania, and explore how the area is unique in some ways – but also reflective of other places. We’ll hear a range of perspectives, including from: a white nationalist group, a retired investigator for the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and researchers who’ve looked into York’s civil rights history.

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