I have a lot of respect for people who can take a complex subject and explain it in a way that is easy to grasp. This talk from Stephanie Shonekan, ethnomusicologist and Director of Black Studies at the University of Missouri, is spectacular. Not only does it crystalize some hard to grasp concepts, it also provides an angle on the discussion of racial equality & the value of human life that makes it accessible to people who may be approaching the issue for the first time.
It is short, but it is powerful. Pour yourself some coffee and get ready for an enlightening mid-morning break.