(BPRW) Civil Rights Experts Examine Cases That Are “Black History in the Making” In Special Live Court TV Event This Friday Night Feb. 25 At 7 pm EST
Rev. Jesse Jackson, Ben Crump, CK Hoffler, Mark O’Mara, Lee Merritt Scheduled to Appear, Court TV Anchor Michael Ayala Hosts
(Black PR Wire) Atlanta, GA – As Black History Month continues, Court TV is airing a brand-new live special event – “Black History in the Making” – on Friday, Feb. 25 at 7 pm EST that will look back on the Black icons of the past while also discussing the cases in the courts that are changing the course of history as we live it.
Hosted by Court TV’s Michael Ayala, “Black History in the Making” will feature activist Rev. Jesse Jackson, civil rights attorney Ben Crump, former National Bar Association President CK Hoffler, criminal defense lawyer Mark O’Mara, and Constitutional Attorney Lee Merritt exploring the cases that have been capturing headlines and impacting communities and everyday people and will no doubt continue to be discussed for generations to come.
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