Young Black Lives Matter activists share many of the same social justice values as their Civil Rights Era forebears, but often there’s little interaction between the two generations. Sages and Seekers, an organization that bridges the generational divide, is changing that. In this video, we meet Ava and Mark — she a young activist, he a veteran one. They’re both still fighting, and now, they’re connecting, too.
This is the fifth and final video in “Bridging Divides,” a five-part series hosted by Scott Shigeoka, in which we talk to people whose personal experiences show us how real-life divisions can be overcome. See the transcript of this conversation here.
Watch the first video: Is This the Unlikeliest Friendship in America?
Watch the second video: A Therapist Teaches Us How to Connect
Watch the third video: Why Millennials Are Moving into Convents With Nuns
Watch the fourth video: What Canada Can Teach America About Racial Reconciliation