Black Lives Matter

Magdalena Ksepka

Lehigh Valley Discourse with host James Johnson brings three of the Valley's civil rights leaders together to discuss the moment of our time: social injustice, police brutality, and systemic racism.


Voices of Protest, Prayer & Promise Pt. 4

Jul 24, 2020
Magdalena Ksepka

WDIY News continues its series documenting the protests, prayers, and candlelight vigils that have taken place in the Lehigh Valley in response to the murder of George Floyd. This feature includes recordings and photos from the Resurrected Life Community Church in Allentown on 9th and Turner streets.


Voices of Protest, Prayer & Promise Pt. 3

Jul 24, 2020
Magdalena Ksepka

WDIY News continues its series documenting the protests, prayers, and candlelight vigils that have taken place in the Lehigh Valley in response to the murder of George Floyd. This feature includes recordings and photos from Black Lives Matter Lehigh Valley's Juneteenth event in Allentown and Pennsylvania Stands Up's delayed Juneteenth event in Allentown.


Voices of Protest, Prayer & Promise Pt. 2

Jul 21, 2020
Magdalena Ksepka

WDIY News continues its series documenting the protests, prayers, and candlelight vigils that have taken place in the Lehigh Valley in response to the murder of George Floyd. This feature includes recordings and photos from the Juneteenth gathering at 7th and Hamilton streets in Allentown.

Voices of Protest, Prayer & Promise Pt. 1

Jul 15, 2020
Magdalena Ksepka

Over the last six weeks, the nation has reacted to the murder of George Floyd with protests, prayers, and candlelight vigils. With little interruption, WDIY News presents a listen to the voices at recent Lehigh Valley gatherings. This feature includes selections from Easton's Black Lives Matter protest at Centre Square and Bethlehem's prayer gathering at Payrow Plaza.

Magdalena Ksepka

Several hundred demonstrators gathered at events across the Lehigh Valley over the weekend to protest the police brutality death of George Floyd. Look through pictures from the Easton demonstration and listen to WDIY's James Johnson's report.