Mike Brown Learns How to Do the Uprising Thing | Full Frontal on TBS

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Published on July 2, 2020

In light of the near-constant portrayal of Black Lives Matter protests as chaotic and violent “riots,” correspondent Mike Brown sits down with Black activists and leaders to find out why affecting change is a noisy process.

This piece was produced by Todd Bieber with Ishan Thakore and edited by
Andrew Mendelson.

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7 comments

  • New Message 2 years ago

    You can only push reasonable people so far.. and that’s what the cops are counting on.

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  • GIGAtyWING 2 years ago

    That black woman ranting about monopoly. .acting like there are barriers of entry for black ..but spoiler – there’s not. There is even handicaps for blacks like affirmative action and quotas etc. No wonder Asians think youre perpetual victims

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  • TubezTheOne 2 years ago

    I still think communities me to start creating protection forces for themselves, especially more than ever.

    You can’t get police gear, but you can at least create something close to it

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  • Katherine Pagan 2 years ago

    “Protests say we still love this country enough to believe change is possible.” Chills

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  • Dominic 2 years ago

    I realise this might not be the point, but I honestly love Mike’s ability to be a positive person in this piece. He always seems happy and it’s an angle that works for him and helps make his audience feel more approached towards this very serious topic.

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  • Damon Hines 2 years ago

    Bee a force for change!! 👍😘🎶💞👑🐝

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  • Nowhere Man 2 years ago

    When the authorities keep sweeping racism under the rug, it’s eventually going to explode…. much like the current pandemic…. 🤔

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