In this clip, taken from the keynote speech of the Harvard Kennedy School's 7th Annual Black Policy Conference, professor Frank Leon Roberts explains why black lives matter is a human rights movement.
An excerpt from the keynote talk at the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government's 2017 Black Policy Conference, "Why We Can't Wait."
Frank Leon Roberts delivered the keynote speech for the 7th annual Black Policy Conference at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. In this clip Professor Roberts discusses the importance of what he calls "not confusing the symptoms" of our culture's political diseases---with the diseases itself.
2017 Black History Month Keynote Speech, "A Litany for Survival: Black Lives Matter in the Age of Trump." University of California, Berkeley.
An excerpt from the Black History Month Keynote by Frank Leon Roberts at the University of California Berkeley 2017.
"5 Ways of Understanding Black Lives Matter" from the event Broadway For Black Lives Matter. Frank Leon Roberts (New York University) Introduced by Tony Award Winner Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple). Performance of "Change Gonna Come" by Grammy Award Winning Artist Ledisi. To learn more about BroadwayforBlackLives visit Livestream of full event available at: