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    Koeun Neak comes from an illustration and painting background, but graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a BFA in film/video production. Before BU, Koeun worked at a video production company, where he filmed and edited videos for corporate, nonprofit, and academic clients across North America. Then he went on to win state and national awards for documentaries he produced at a local TV station north of Boston. Profile

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    Jackie Ricciardi is a staff photojournalist at BU Today and Bostonia magazine. She has worked as a staff photographer at newspapers that include the Augusta Chronicle in Augusta, Ga., and at Seacoast Media Group in Portsmouth, N.H., where she was twice named New Hampshire Press Photographer of the Year. Profile

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There is 1 comment on Two Years after George Floyd’s Murder, What’s Changed? What’s Next?

  1. Stating that something inanimate (such property) is racist makes no sense. It dilutes denouncing people who exhibit true racism. Similarly, referring to an individual (where you disagree with their political view) or broadly to a certain classification of people as racist, without evidence, is inappropriate and dilutes the message against true racism. Certainly, we should all agree that illegally destroying others’ property (buildings, stores, etc.) is wrong. Deja vu all over again. Too bad that certain BU faculty give fodder to a prominent conservative news outlet. Check out the BU/press news in May 2015 regarding an inappropriate and unjustified written comment about the “problem is white college males”. Embarrassing. We can all agree that racism is bad and we should all work to eliminate it. We should work to eliminate hypocrisy as well.

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