Angela Davis & Patrisse Cullors

The activists discuss the Black Lives Matter Movement

Watch Patrisse Khan-Cullors, artist, freedom fighter and Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter, and Angela Davis, world-renowned activist, academic, and author, have an important and timely conversation about survival, strength, and seeking justice for those victimized by the powerful with Melissa Harris-Perry, professor, television host, political commentator and contributing writer for The New York Times. In honor of Black History Month, and the release of Cullors’ book “When They Call You a Terrorist, A Black Lives Matter Memoir,” the trio discuss the continuing violence and racial uprisings currently plaguing our country, how we change the culture that declares innocent black life expendable, and how protest in the interest of the most vulnerable comes from love. In collaboration with Kaufman Music Center.