EXCLUSIVE | Ava DuVernay on telling Colin Kaepernick's story - the one not many people know

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Ava DuVernay.
Ava DuVernay.
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From the documentary 13th to the series When They See Us, Ava DuVernay's thought-provoking work delves into class, culture, race, identity and privilege.

There were many times that Colin in Black and White resonated with me and angered me. From the first episode, it takes an in-your-face approach and doesn't shy away from tackling complex topics.

In 2016, when he first took the knee to protest against racial injustice and inequality, American footballer Colin Kaepernick would kick off a global movement that has crossed borders and other sporting disciplines.

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