[S1E1] Aftermath ((FULL))
Overall. This is a solid start. Starting the episode off during the aftermath of Order 66 was a fantastic idea. It allowed us to see the event that would impact the life of another popular Star Wars character. But also allowed the perfect launching point for The Bad Batch and their future adventures.
The story follows Clone Force 99 in the aftermath of the end of the Clone Wars as all as not as it appears to be as the Republic has become the Empire and Clone Force 99 seeks to figure out their place within that.
In this episode, we sit down with Prof. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, the J.B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology at the Duke University Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. In this exciting interview, Prof. Bonilla-Silva discusses Race, Racial Theory, and Racial Grammar. In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd, Prof. Bonilla-Silva was a pioneer in developing the conceptual basis, underpinnings, and nomenclature for researching and combating systematic racism. He discusses how systematic racism leads to advantages for some, which is not random and leads to serious consequences. He discusses his theories on the Myth of Objectivity and Unconscious Bias. 041b061a72