MK Asante is a filmmaker, scholar, professor, and author of his memoir Buck. He’s also the host of two Snap Originals docuseries “Free Tuition with MK Asante” and “While Black with MK Asante,” and recently joined the Webby Academy to help us judge this year’s work! In the latest episode of The Webby Podcast, he talks about how current schooling models limit black students’ self expression, to how recordings of racist incidents have sparked honest discussions about race in the U.S., but ultimately cannot be the solution to racism. Listen now!
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