WATCH: Teaching Black Lives Matter In School & How A Woodshop Is Empowering ROC Teens

Dec 24, 2016

Credit St. Michael's Woodshop

Today’s issues of racism, police brutality and social justice may take years to land in school textbooks. But educators and students alike are making the case for teaching Black Lives Matter in area classrooms and lecture halls. That story on this edition of Need to Know.

Also on the show, we’ll learn how a Rochester woodshop started after the race riots of the 1960s is still changing young lives. Hear about its challenge to the community to engage and empower city teens.