MIT Professor and award winning Director, Charlotte Brathwaite discusses voter suppression in America on Black America

Filmmaker and Journalist June Cross and MIT Professor and award winning Director Charlotte Brathwaite discuss voter suppression in America and their work in examining our future in the struggle for democracy and justice. Black America is hosted by Carol Jenkins, Emmy award winning New York City journalist, and founding president of The Women's Media Center. Watch here.

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