The daily news site, Colorlines, has released the first installment of its new “Life Cycles of Inequity: A Series on Black Men.” The monthly series will use short films, investigative journalism, and infographics to explore how injustice shapes the lives of black men.
The project is led by Kai Wright, Colorlines Editor-at-Large; Andre Robert Lee, award-winning documentary filmmaker; and Jay Smooth, founder of New York’s longest-running hip-hop radio show and Race Forward Video & Multimedia Producer.
In this clip, eight young men talk about how they navigate around implicit bias in their lives.
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