Recent US events have catapulted a long-standing crisis in America to the forefront. Black men in America have long been the target of unfair educational, judicial and social practices. This reality reached fever pitch when George Floyd was brutally murdered at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis, MN. Now, around the clock coverage has begun on the other american experience suffered by black men. During this broadcast, we will hear from a panel of young black men (adolescent to college student) from around the United States to describe their feelings about the attention now being placed on this issue. Join us for what will surely be a provacative, informative conversation for educators and leaders about a sub-population they serve.