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Black Lives Matter and the Power of Peaceful Protests

July 9, 2021 – Santa Fe’s Rachel Kleinfeld is a Senior Fellow at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the founder of The Truman Security Project. She’s also a member on the National Task Force on Election Crises. We talked to Kleinfeld last October about her research and work on reducing the possibility of violence surrounding our elections. She also spent a few extra minutes with correspondent Russell Contreras to discuss why nonviolent expression is the most effective type of protest in charged times like these, given the Black Lives Matter movement and upcoming midterm elections in 2022. 

Correspondent: Russell Contreras 

Guest: Rachel Kleinfeld, Ph.D., senior fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 

For More Information: 
How to Cover Electoral Conflict – Rachel Kleinfeld and Amanda Ripley 
National Task Force on Election Crises 
RadioCafe Interview on Kleinfeld’s ‘A Savage Order’ Book – Mary-Charlotte Domandi