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Special Edition: George Floyd March (June 2, 2020)

Live coverage of the march and rally in downtown Houston honoring George Floyd, along with discussion of racial inequities with a state representative and a business expert

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Our special edition of Houston Matters weekdays at 3 p.m. addresses your questions and concerns about important issues affecting the community.

In this episode, host Ernie Manouse, along with news anchor Eddie Robinson and reporters Gail Delaughter, Matt Harab and Jen Rice, provide live coverage of the George Floyd March and Rally in Downtown Houston, organized by rappers Bun B and Trae tha Truth and joined by Floyd's family and Mayor Sylvester Turner.

We are also joined by Armando Walle, State Representative (Texas House District 140) and Harris County COVID-19 Recovery Czar, and Dietrich von Biedenfeld, a professor in the University of Houston Downtown Marilyn Davies College of Business, to discuss health and economic disparities among minorities.

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Catherine Lu

Senior Content Producer & Announcer

While growing up in Chicago and Houston, Catherine’s love for art, music and creative writing was influenced by her teachers and parents. She was once concertmaster of the Clear Lake High School Orchestra and a four-time violinist of the Texas All-State Symphony. A graduate of the University of Chicago, Catherine...

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