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Video: Things We Don’t Talk About

As Head Griot of America’s Black Holocaust Museum and a voice for the silent generations affected by Milwaukee’s history of segregation, Reggie Jackson shares inconvenient truths to educate the public about the need for Economic Rights to finish what the Civil Rights movement started decades ago.

The hour-long Q&A interview session with Reggie Jackson has been produced as a collection of two-minute video segments that feature his unedited replies.

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Read the profile feature that was produced as a companion report for this Q&A interview with Reggie Jackson.

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