From safety pins to protests, acts of solidarity have been all over the news in the early days of Donald Trump’s presidency. But how exactly does one stand in solidarity? What does the term even mean? And how can solidarity endure? In this episode, Flood and Malcolm speak with Mayor Jim Kenney, Villanova professor Sally Scholz, and social-justice organizers Erika Almiron (executive director of Juntos) and Rev. Gregory Holston (executive director of P.O.W.E.R) on these topics and more.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney
Villanova professor Sally Scholz
Erika Almiron (executive director of Juntos)
Rev. Gregory Holston (executive director of P.O.W.E.R)