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Director Nancy Buirski on the lessons of 'The Rape of Recy Taylor' and the courage it takes to speak out

Documentary filmmaker Nancy Buirski discusses her latest project about a black woman who was gang-raped in 1944 and waited almost 70 years for any form of justice.
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