PBS NewsHour

Artist Paul Rucker on systemic racism in America

Clip: 02/06/2020 | 2m 40s | Video has closed captioning.

Paul Rucker is an artist who uses his work to shed light on the truth, creating pieces that explore mass incarceration, police brutality and the continuing legacy of slavery in the United States. His career path was highly influenced by the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Rucker shares his Brief But Spectacular take on power, repeating history and the normalizing of systemic racism in America.

Aired: 02/06/20

Rating: NR

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