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Episode 8 - Say Their Name

Black Men Speak Podcast

Release Date: 09/23/2020

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Chris Colbert, CEO of DCP Entertainment, presents Say Their Name, a podcast series that will highlight and memorialize the stories of 7 Black individuals who were unarmed when they were assaulted or killed by police or in stand your ground states.

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