The killing of George Floyd was “a tipping point for many Americans” says Kay C. James, president of The Heritage Foundation.


James lived through the civil rights movement and has experienced segregation firsthand. Today, she joins the podcast to share her own story. “I thankfully have lived long enough to see that the America that I loved provided a means and a pathway forward, but I am also not blind to what exists today,” says James.


James also encourages conservatives to be the voices leading the civil rights movement today, because conservative solutions have the power to end many of the racial inequalities the African American community is experiencing.


We also cover these stories:

  • George Floyd’s memorial service was held in Minneapolis.
  • Attorney General Barr addresses Floyd’s death and the African American community’s experience with police.
  • A Richmond statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is being taken down.


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  1. Dr.Guido Member

    As long as Kay James stays I do not give a thin dime to Heritage. Totally failed the moment—especially given where she is and from where she came.

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    • June 6, 2020, at 3:29 PM PDT
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