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WORLD CHANNEL

Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now - Why Black Lives Matter

  • Aired: 02/28/2016
  • 03:02
  • Rating: NR
Why do Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Sandra Bland and Renisha McBride matter? Activists Michaela Angela, Patrisse Cullors-Brignac, Daunasia Yancy, DeRay Mckesson and Janaya Khan speak about why #BlackLivesMatter in the new human rights movement. From the WORLD Channel special, "Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now."
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Activists like DeRay Mckesson on the relevance of human rights movement #BlackLivesMatter.
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