Day by Day
Brother, Where Are You?
Oscar Brown, Jr. with Boots Riley
Unity leads a "Black Male Summit" on campus, and then some; Jen wants some answers; Elizabeth and Danielle are losing confidence; and Boris hides from his friends.
UNITY Fighting the "slave mentality" he sees around him, Unity struggles for a higher consciousness at the Black Male Summit. For him, this is just the beginning.
JEN Jen seeks to know herself by learning about the cultural heritage of her Mexican father. But the journey is full of frustration.
BORIS On his diarycam, Boris gives his views on race relations.
DANIELLE Danielle plans a career in broadcasting. But when she does "really, really bad" at a radio audition, her confidence wanes.
Do certain races or groups in your school need to be united?
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Caring About Society MCKENZIE: I can relate to Unity because I think that he is nice person with a different personality. He cares about his community and others...