Black leaders recognize progress made, share hope for future

Three people, who were alive during the 20th century's original civil rights movement, discuss how and why today's Black Lives Matter movement feels familiar.


To strengthen the future, we must remember our past. For those alive during the 20th century’s civil rights movement, the rise of today’s Black Lives Matter movement feels familiar.

Here, we highlight three members of the black community who recognize the progress we’ve made and the hope they have for the future of America.

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