Chuck D of the legendary Public Enemy discusses the Black Lives Matter movement and its struggle to end police brutality and be heard and taken seriously. He says it’s “not an offensive movement,” and talks about how he doesn’t see it as something that is far away from the Fight The Power movement of 1989.

He also discusses what he thinks contributes to the difficulty in erasing police brutality, and why he thinks the national agenda needs to be set straight when it comes to perceptions and treatment of black people. Plus, he reveals that Public Enemy has been on 106 tours to 106 countries thus far! Click on the audio player to hear more from this exclusive interview on the Ed Lover Show.

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