Isaac Bryan

Director, Public policy for African American studies, UCLA. Director, Black Policy Project

Director of public policy at the UCLA Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies and founding executive director of the center's Black Policy Project 

Isaac Bryan on KCRW

“I don’t think [King’s dream] is realized. I think we get symbolic gestures of realization. But at the substance and at the root, we’re not seeing the change and the dream that Dr.

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“I don’t think [King’s dream] is realized. I think we get symbolic gestures of realization. But at the substance and at the root, we’re not seeing the change and the dream that Dr.

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