Trayvon Martin’s mother on Black History, ASCSU speaker resigns

This episode from February 15 covers ASCSU speaker Kyle Hill resigning, a discrimination lawsuit against Tesla and Poudre River Library District board openings.

Trayvon Martins mother on Black History, ASCSU speaker resigns

Ellie Shannon, Kota Babcock, Portia Cook, News Directors

Ellie Shannon goes over updates in campus news with details on Black History Month events and explains how ASCSU speaker Kyle Hill is resigning. Listeners hear part of Sybrina Fulton’s keynote speech for Black History Month. Kota Babcock goes over new updates in COVID-19 pandemic statistics and policies.

After that, Babcock goes over details on Amazon and Walmart’s mask policies. Then, listeners hear from Diane LaPierre about new board openings in Poudre River Library District. To conclude the show, Babcock explains some updates in technology with information on a discrimination lawsuit against Tesla.

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