This week, our guest on Sree’s Sunday #NYTReadalong is Sunny Slaughter, a long-time friend of the show. She has 35 years of experience as a law enforcement instructor, litigation consultant, public health policy expert, DEI strategist, policy writer and media commentator. Neil Parekh will be the guest host.
Click here for our #NYTReadalong YouTube Playlist We had to postpone last week’s show, but we’re thrilled to catch up with Sunny this week.
Sunny has been providing media commentary for years, most recently on The Law and Crime Network and Crime Door. She’ll talk to us about gun violence as a public health issue, policing, Tyree Nichols, the mass shootings last month in California and mental health, and more.
Another topic important to Sunny? February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
We first met Sunny when she was a guest on our special edition of the #NYTReadalong focusing on the #1619Project back in August of 2019. Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times just launched the #1619Project as a six-part docu-series on Hulu.
We’ll also talk about the significance of having two Black starting quarterbacks in the Super Bowl.
In The New York Times
We’ll also review a special feature, The New York City Mixtape, by David Gonzalez with photographs and video by Todd Heisler.
We have been reviewing the print edition of the Sunday New York Times for almost seven years.
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