Rapper Common, Rev. Moss on helping Chicago heal and the 'plot' against Black America
PBS, 12 Oct 2021
Homicides in Chicago were up 56% in 2020 compared to the year before. But efforts are underway to address the city's systemic issues. Award-winning rapper Common and his pastor, Rev. Otis Moss III, discussed some of their ideas for change recently with Stephanie Sy for our "Race Matters" series. This segment is produced by the peace studio in partnership with the "Exploring Hate" WNET initiative.
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