Special | 10m 4s
As uprisings spread across the country, a young poet in Birmingham, Alabama becomes involved in local protests against decades of police brutality. As he tries to reconcile the city’s modern image as a diverse and welcoming metropolis with its violent and complex civil rights history, he suddenly becomes a part of the story when he’s arrested at a demonstration.
Aired: 07/29/21 | Expires: 11/01/24 |
Extras From This Special
Seeing Yourself Arrested After a Protest
Clip: Special | 33s
Special | 9m 51s
To the Bone
Special | 5m 45s
Special | 16m 55s
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