45 min

Episode 97: Bryan Warde on persistent settler colonialism Indoor Voices

    • Society & Culture

Bryan Warde, professor in the social work program at Lehman College and in the social welfare doctoral program at the Graduate Center, discusses his most recent book, Colorblind: Indigenous and Black Disproportionality Across Criminal Justice Systems, with Lehman College’s Assistant Vice President for Communications & Marketing at Lehman, Richard Relkin. Visit indoorvoicespocast.com for more information.

Bryan Warde, professor in the social work program at Lehman College and in the social welfare doctoral program at the Graduate Center, discusses his most recent book, Colorblind: Indigenous and Black Disproportionality Across Criminal Justice Systems, with Lehman College’s Assistant Vice President for Communications & Marketing at Lehman, Richard Relkin. Visit indoorvoicespocast.com for more information.

45 min

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