Dua is joined by the lawyer, civil rights leader, and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, Bryan Stevenson, whose dedication to the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned once led Archbishop Desmond Tutu to call him “America’s young Nelson Mandela.” In 2018, Bryan also founded the Legacy Museum and the National Monument for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, two national landmarks that chronicle the country’s evolution through slavery, the Jim Crow era and lynching to today’s epidemic of mass incarceration and racial injustice. Their conversation touches upon themes of injustice, poverty, racism and apartheid.
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