we the people
'We the People' | Ki Bohiti
Ki Bohiti, member of 7Triiibes hip hop collective, speaks about changing the world through the "frequency" of music.
'We the People' | Michael K. Williams
Michael K. Williams ("The Wire") talks about wearing your blackness with pride as the first step of change.
'We the People' | Megan Rapinoe
Soccer star Megan Rapinoe talks about living in an unjust society that benefits some "on the backs of someone else."
'We the People' | Taylor K. Shaw
Taylor K. Shaw, the founder & CEO of Black Women Animate, talks about the urgent need for media to represent and embrace diversity.
'We the People' | Gbenga Akinnagbe
Actor Gbenga Akinnagbe ("The Wire") discusses how daily racist microaggressions destroy someone's quality of life.
'We the People' | Jade Magnus Ogunnaike
Political strategist Jade Magnus Ogunnaike talks about her work for Color of Change and the importance of building independent black political power.
'We the People' | Matt McGorry
Actor Matt McGorry ("How to Get Away with Murder") talks about the realization that led him to a life of social activism.
'We the People' | Trivella Osbourne
Trivella Osbourne talks about channeling her anger and exhaustion into social activism.
'We the People' | OSHUN
Musical duo OSHUN talk about the relationship between their music and spirituality.
'We the People' | Vidal Guzman
Community organizer & criminal justice advocate Vidal Guzman talks about how his own experience in gangs taught him to push for change in his community.
'We the People' | Intro
Actor 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.
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