Rev. William J. Barber has long tackled the issues of race, poverty and hatred through his political activism and his role as Co-Chair of the Poor People’s Campaign. In a conversation with PBS NewsHour Weekend’s Hari Sreenivasan, he addresses those who are protesting the stay-at-home measures of COVID-19 and speaks about those most vulnerable right now — including our country’s prison population.
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