Eyewitness News special discusses future of race, justice and social equality

The one-hour special was hosted by Marc Brown and followed by an encore presentation of "Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982 - 1992."
GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- ABC7 on June 16 aired an Eyewitness News special: From Protests to Progress - a conversation on the future of race, justice and social equity in Southern California.

Marc Brown hosted the broadcast on ABC7.

The segments of the show can be viewed below.

The full show is also available on YouTube here.
Guests on the special included actress Jenifer Lewis, former NBA star Baron Davis, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore, U.S. Rep. Karen Bass, D-Los Angeles, local activists and others.

Baron Davis, Mayor Eric Garcetti speak in "From Protests to Progress"
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Actress Jenifer Lewis, USC professor Allissa Richardson, former NBA star Baron Davis and Mayor Eric Garcetti speak to ABC7's Marc Brown for the Eyewitness News special "From Protests to Progress."



LAPD Chief Michel Moore speaks in "From Protests to Progress"
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Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore speaks to ABC7's Marc Brown for the Eyewitness News special "From Protests to Progress."



Rep. Karen Bass, political activists discuss police reform
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U.S. Rep. Karen Bass joins local community activists in the Eyewitness News special "From Protest to Progress."



Melina Abdullah, Capri Maddox speak about race relations

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Black Lives Matter co-founder Melina Abdullah, and Capri Maddox, first director of the new Los Angeles Department of Civil and Human Rights, speak to ABC7 in the Eyewitness News special "From Protests to Progress."



The livestream was made available on abc7.com, our mobile apps and our new streaming apps on Roku, tvOS, FireTV and AndroidTV.
The event was followed by an encore presentation of the critically acclaimed documentary "Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982 - 1992."
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Screenwriter John Ridley won the Oscar for '12 Years a Slave'; now he reflects on today's protests and L.A.'s history of unrest, including his documentary 'Let it Fall.'

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