Race relations are a hot topic in America in 2020 as nationwide riots have broken out spurred by the Black Lives Matter movement. Simultaneously, Senator Kamala Harris, who is of mixed Indian-Jamaican ancestry, has become the Democratic Party vice presidential candidate in the presidential campaign of Vice President Joseph Biden. What is the state of race relations in 21st-century America? Does society suffer from an oft-invoked "systematic racism"? Or is America becoming a truly diverse, integrated society? To discuss these issues, show host Andrew E. Harrod will join his Anglican priest, Father Carlton C. Clarke, who is an immigrant from Jamaica. He will offer an outsider's perspective on America's long struggles with racism.