Raleigh-based podcaster Camille Kauer generally features celebrity chats on her podcast “The E-Spot,” but recently, she has focused her platform on raising awareness about social justice and in particular, the one year mark of George Floyd’s death.
“You hear all these stories that all of these celebrities have been affected by these different issues, it’s time to ask them, what can we do to change this? How do we change this narrative? How do we get more involved?” Kauer explained.
"The world watched an act of terror for 8 minutes and 46 seconds. What followed were months of protests in more than 60 countries across the world. In the midst of a pandemic, we gathered to raise our collective voices to say enough and to support each other."
"What resulted was an awakening of minds to police brutality towards and against marginalized communities. 8 minutes and 46 seconds enlightened the world to the plight of Black Americans as well as marginalized communities across the world. Our voices were heard and these voices will no longer be silenced or ignored."
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Roger Floyd, George Floyd's uncle and Keith McCorkel, business agent and from the George Floyd Memorial Center, Rick Armstrong, 20-year police veteran and vice president of the Raleigh Protective Association, join me in a very special E-Spot. " The vision of the George Floyd Memorial Center came about following the tragic death of George Perry Floyd, Jr. George, the third child of George Perry, Sr. and Larcenia “Cissy” Floyd was born in Fayettevile, NC