Webster World Report: Students discuss racism, police brutality, pandemic on podcast

Jul. 10, 2020

Webster World Report 11, student Larry Hearn
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The 11th edition of the Webster World Report podcast, the discussion linking Webster University’s global operations during this year of crises, this time highlights student voices. 

The program includes in-depth discussions with three of Webster's undergraduate students: psychology major Larry Hearn of the Association of African American Collegians; speech communications major Vincent Fedorko, founder and president of the Webster University Conservatives; and international human rights major Mimiw Seagrave of Webster University Leiden, who is currently in Thailand. The students discussed their views on racism, police brutality and our pandemic times. 

The news segment of the program features an excerpt from the new Webster Speaks series.

Listen to this edition of the Webster World Report on SoundCloud here.

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