Jeffery Robinson Discusses ‘Who We Are’ Documentary, Personal Story

The murder of George Floyd has exposed the need for a global conversation on racial injustices.

In the national scope, it ignited many to be much more intentional in the fight against inequalities.

That’s the case of former ACLU deputy legal director Jeffery Robinson, who wrote the documentary “Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America.” Combining Robinson’s personal story, archival footage and interviews, the film invites us to take a critical look at America’s slavery past and be involved in building a more just future for Black Americans.

Robinson joins Marc Lamont Hill on “Black News Tonight” to discuss.

All this and more on “Black News Tonight.”

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