Tracee Ellis Ross Declares Black Lives DO Matter On 'Larry King Now'

The "Black-ish" star gave straight facts.

Tracee Ellis Ross continues to prove why she has our hearts.

The actress appeared on "Larry King Now" earlier this month to discuss everything from the wisdom of her mother, Diana Ross, to the Black Lives Matter movement.

The "Black-ish" actress posted two clips of her talking about the movement on Instagram on Sunday night. In the first clip, host Larry King asks Ross what she thinks of Black Lives Matter.

"I think black lives do matter," she replied.

In the second clip, Ross talks about the importance technology has played in exposing injustices.

"Whether it's cell phones on cameras or whatever it is, we are becoming aware of things that have been going on and are not that different but it's come to the forefront of our attention in a way that begs for us to remind each other that black lives do matter," she said.

Preach, Tracee!

Correction: This story originally stated that "Larry King Now" aired on Sunday night. This segment actually aired earlier this month.  

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