Jeffery Robinson

Former deputy legal director, ACLU; head of the Who We Are Project

Former deputy legal director of the ACLU, head of the Who We Are Project

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White supremacy and systemic racism have been at the core of U.S. identity for the past 400 years, according to Emily and Sarah Kunstler in their documentary called “Who We Are.”

Centuries of anti-Black racism in US is focus of 'Who We Are' documentary

White supremacy and systemic racism have been at the core of U.S. identity for the past 400 years, according to Emily and Sarah Kunstler in their documentary called “Who We Are.”

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