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July 14, 2020 49 min

Baratunde acknowledges the increased (and sometimes awkward) efforts of white Americans standing in solidarity with Black lives at this moment. Then he explores the global reach of this moment through an in-depth conversation with Diana Arce, a Black Lives Matter organizer in Berlin, Germany. Yep, you’re going to hear a Black person speak German! Combined, both the domestic and international solidarity have helped this moment feel far less lonely than similar moments in the past.

Show Notes and Extra Goodies:

Checkout Baratunde’s retweet of Taylor Swift explaining why Confederate loser monuments have got to go.

Find Black Lives Matter Berlin on the web or on Instagram (which isn’t really the web).

Find Diana Arce at or on Instagram @visualosmosis.

If you want some feels, watch New Zealanders perform the haka in front of the U.S. consulate for Black Lives Matter

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