Tamron Hall brings important discussions about racial inequality and police brutality to the forefront of its broadcast this week.
Friday, Tamon Hall’s show will broadcast a special edition of the program “Listen to us now”. The episode will highlight some of the young voices protesting and demanding change in our country after the death of George Floyd, a black man murdered by white policeman Derek Chauvin. In addition, the show will highlight the impact of systemic racism on Americans of different generations.
“We are in the midst of chaos, and I think there is a conversation we need to have,” Tamron told his viewers on Monday. “Like you, I have had emails, phone calls, conversations with people I cried with and some I even argued with.”
She also added, “I said from the start of this show, let’s talk about it. And we will.”
Immediately after the episode “Listen to us now”, go here on GoodHousekeeping.com to join us for an exclusive post-show discussion, moderated by Tamron. Check The Tamron Hall ShowChannel website for full channel and time information.
The after-show will be a continuation of the important conversations and points of view raised during the Friday episode.
“I can talk to you directly, we can talk to each other, where things are, what you saw on our show,” says Tamron. “I would love to hear from you.”
Listen to Tamron about “Hear Us Now” and the post-show below:
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