In the first edition of The Orca's newest podcast, Justin P. Goodrich is joined by activist and Emmy-nominated writer, director, and producer Judi Lewinson for a Second Look at 2020's Black Lives Matter protests.
On the premier edition of A Second Look, host Justin P. Goodrich takes a second look at the Black Lives Matter movement, and the events of May 2020 that triggered protests throughout the United States and Canada.
His guest is Judi Lewinson. A writer, director, and producer, some of Judi’s most notable works include Emmy nominated & Parent’s Choice Award winning television series, Hip Hop Harry; Official Sundance Selection & Peabody Award winning documentary, Bhutto; and Hollywood Black Film Festival winner, Tigerman and Fathers of the Sport – an examination of the history of professional basketball and the legends who would play the game, featuring Penny Marshall (League of Their Own) and Julius “Dr. J” Irving (NBA Legend).
Justin P. Goodrich is the Managing Partner at Alliance Public Affairs Group. He holds a Master of Laws and is a lecturer in public policy.
- Justin P. Goodrich debuted for The Orca last year, to discuss the politics of police and Pride – two subjects he’s uniquely well positioned to observe.
- Jody Vance had a fascinating talk with former NHL player Georges Laraque about racism, and how to create change.
- It’s not easy to talk about racism, writes Michael Taube – but necessary, or we’ll never stop wounds from being inflicted.