The Black Lives Matter co-founder spoke to HuffPost about the importance of pride in 2018.
The actor spoke about the power of the movement and why he decided to chronicle it in a powerful documentary.
Patrisse Cullors says black Americans are "in a state of emergency."
"I watched it and was mortified."
At the Netroots Nation convention in Arizona this past weekend, #BlackLivesMatter protestors interrupted a presidential town
They've also earned the support of Opal Tometi, Patrisse Cullors and Alicia Garza -- the women who co-founded the Black Lives
Sponsored by Arts for Amnesty and California Endowment, there are over 30 events over the 10 days -- discussions, music, stage, film, workshops. It was an ambitious undertaking that I hope folks will get to check out accidentally or purposely.
With such images perpetually pervading our consciousness, social media lends legitimacy to complaints of police brutality
"It is ever-growing and developing. Folks mobilized very fast. So we are exploring how to use this as an opportunity to strengthen