Natalie Hopkinson and Sheryll Cashin in conversation explore racial justice, segregation, and the resilience of Black culture within our shared, ever-evolving democracy – in the context of our city, Washington, DC. Moderated by PRRAC Deputy Director Megan Haberle.
This hour-long conversation probes the topic of DC’s changing racial and economic demographics, the influence of Go-Go music, and touches upon what both segregation and gentrification have meant for DC’s residents, in the arts, schools, neighborhoods, and halls of local and federal power.
Additionally, we are honored to present Dr. Hopkinson with the PRRAC Voice for Racial Equity Award to mark our 30th anniversary.
Sheryll Cashin, Professor of Law, Georgetown Law and PRRAC Board Member, author of White Space, Black Hood (forthcoming), and contributing editor, Politico Magazine.
Moderated by Megan Haberle, Deputy Director, PRRAC.