In the wake of worldwide protests against police brutality and systematic racism, NBC Sports is hosting raw discussions with athletes, politicians, musicians and influencers on the fight for racial equality in America
Cartoonist Keith Knight on real events that led to creating "Woke"
Monte Poole talks with cartoonist and co-creator of the show “Woke” Keith Knight about the series and how it's inspired by real events in his life. Also, Keith discusses how racism and police brutality are evergreen, and the importance of being one of the few black cartoonists of name in his industry.
Rachel Lindsay says 'stick to sports' argument is catchy but stupid
TV personality Rachel Lindsay joins Monte Poole to discuss the flawed logic of the 'stick to sports' argument. Lindsay also discuss how her views on interracial dating have evolved over the years.
Is the Hispanic community being forgotten in racial justice fight?
Monte Poole is joined by International NFL Reporter Mayra Gomez and Los 49ers broadcasters Carlos Ramirez and Jesus Zarate to discuss their path into the sports broadcasting field, the challenges of being in the Spanish language media and how the Hispanic community is being forgotten in the fight for racial justice.
Warriors' Juan Toscano-Anderson on protesting and what's next
Warriors forward Juan Toscano-Anderson joins Monte Poole on Race In America to discuss leading a protest and what should happen next to keep the conversation going.
John Burris discusses the latest in the Breonna Taylor case
Civil Rights Attorney John Burris joins Monte Poole on Race in America to discuss the latest news in the Breonna Taylor case, what it means and the different ways this case can move forward.
Steve Wyche discusses how NFL owners can support racial equality
NFL Network reporter Steve Wyche joins Monte Poole on Race in America to discuss Colin Kaepernick, Derrick Henry and what NFL owners can do to support the players in promoting equality.