In this episode, Southeast Asian studies professor Leloy Claudio talks to Sheila Coronel and Vince Rafael, Filipino academicians based in the US, about how the Black Lives Matter movement and its history and legacy are relevant to Filipinos. (READ: [OPINION] We can't breathe)
Coronel is the dean of academic affairs of the Columbia Journalism School in New York and Rafael teaches history at Washington University in Seattle.
With Claudio, they touch on the issues of police brutality and abuse, accountability, and human rights, in the context of both the US and the Philippines. – Rappler.com