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WORLD CHANNEL

Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now - The Landscape Today

  • Aired: 02/28/2016
  • 02:19
  • Rating: NR
Police Brutality. Housing & Education Segregation. Economic Injustice. Today's landscape in America is one that is troubling. Civil Rights leaders, educators and journalists discuss the divisive issues challenging diverse populations in the United States, and the hopes for the current and next generations to come. From the WORLD Channel special, "Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now."
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The divisive issues challenging diverse populations and the hopes for the next generation.
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