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REVOLT JusticeREVOLT Justice spotlights the artists, activists, and everyday citizens using their platforms to address the social issues impacting today's youth.Tuesdays9p ET

Welcome to REVOLT Justice, the hub of action related content curated by the men and women who directly face inequity due to the lack of simple humanity. Following in the steps of people who came before us like the Eldridge Cleaver, and Dr. Frances Cress Welding, REVOLT has created a space for community, conversation, and creativity. The goal is to educate, formulate solutions, and never give up the fight for social justice and equality in America and around the world. This is REVOLT Justice.

For more information on social justice and how to get involved, visit www.sankofa.org

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More from REVOLT JusticeNOW PLAYING'We the People' | Ki BohitiKi Bohiti, member of 7Triiibes hip hop collective, speaks about changing the world through the "frequency" of music.Revolt02:33NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Michael K. WilliamsMichael K. Williams ("The Wire") talks about wearing your blackness with pride as the first step of change.Revolt02:52NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Megan RapinoeSoccer star Megan Rapinoe talks about living in an unjust society that benefits some "on the backs of someone else."Revolt02:46NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Taylor K. ShawTaylor K. Shaw, the founder & CEO of Black Women Animate, talks about the urgent need for media to represent and embrace diversity.Revolt02:58NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Gbenga AkinnagbeActor Gbenga Akinnagbe ("The Wire") discusses how daily racist microaggressions destroy someone's quality of life.Revolt03:25NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Jade Magnus OgunnaikePolitical strategist Jade Magnus Ogunnaike talks about her work for Color of Change and the importance of building independent black political power.Revolt03:04NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Matt McGorryActor Matt McGorry ("How to Get Away with Murder") talks about the realization that led him to a life of social activism.Revolt03:29NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Trivella OsbourneTrivella Osbourne talks about channeling her anger and exhaustion into social activism.Revolt03:19NOW PLAYING'We the People' | OSHUNMusical duo OSHUN talk about the relationship between their music and spirituality.Revolt03:16NOW PLAYING'We the People' | Vidal GuzmanCommunity organizer & criminal justice advocate Vidal Guzman talks about how his own experience in gangs taught him to push for change in his community.Revolt03:19NOW PLAYING'We the People' | IntroActor Michael K. Williams, Dead Prez's M-1, filmmaker JLove Calderón, and more talk about the dire need to speak out and stand up against oppression.Revolt04:12Sean “Diddy” Combs shares reaction after reading new reports about Stephon Clark’s deathThe music mogul says he wants the world to see this injustice.KC Orcutt