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Talk About Race

  • Aired: 05/04/2014
  • 26:57
  • Rating: NR
Why is it so uncomfortable to talk about race? That's the question self-identified conservative Republican Brian Grimm set out to answer and created a film from what he learned. He's joined by Rev. Terence Williams and Rev. Eric Porterfield as he talks about his film "Racial Taboo," his journey of discovery, and how they're using the film to foster meaningful dialog between whites and blacks.
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A white conservative's film Racial Taboo asks why talking about race is so uncomfortable.
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