The past two weeks have served as a wake-up call to many. But for black Americans, racism, bias and inequality are blended into their daily lives, creating unique burdens of pain and exhaustion. Special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault talks to lawmaker and author Bakari Sellers and his father, civil rights activist Cleveland Sellers, about their decades of work to produce change.
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