Tony Sanneh on Racism, Police Brutality and the Chance for Change Fútbol with Grant Wahl

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Grant interviews U.S. World Cup 2002 star Tony Sanneh, whose Sanneh Foundation has become a force in the Twin Cities over the last 17 years, employing 50 full-time employees and raising an annual budget in excess of $3 million to serve thousands of minorities in his hometown and in Haiti. Sanneh describes how he has experienced the last week following the Minneapolis police murder of George Floyd, explains what his group has been doing for the community curing Covid-19 and the protests, and shares his raw thoughts on whether he thinks real change can actually happen in the America of 2020.
Grant also shares his opinion segment on how MLS players feel it will take years to repair their relationship with MLS owners after they threatened a lockout—no pay, no health benefits for their families—during a pandemic. 
Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqIhXWUw0H4

Grant interviews U.S. World Cup 2002 star Tony Sanneh, whose Sanneh Foundation has become a force in the Twin Cities over the last 17 years, employing 50 full-time employees and raising an annual budget in excess of $3 million to serve thousands of minorities in his hometown and in Haiti. Sanneh describes how he has experienced the last week following the Minneapolis police murder of George Floyd, explains what his group has been doing for the community curing Covid-19 and the protests, and shares his raw thoughts on whether he thinks real change can actually happen in the America of 2020.
Grant also shares his opinion segment on how MLS players feel it will take years to repair their relationship with MLS owners after they threatened a lockout—no pay, no health benefits for their families—during a pandemic. 
Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqIhXWUw0H4