Bill Ayers Compares Weather Underground Days To Black Lives Matters Era

Black Lives Matter Protests
A protester raises his fists as he films and photographs the crowd and speakers during a Caribbean-led Black Lives Matter rally Sunday, June 14, 2020, in New York. Kathy Willens / AP Photo
Black Lives Matter Protests
A protester raises his fists as he films and photographs the crowd and speakers during a Caribbean-led Black Lives Matter rally Sunday, June 14, 2020, in New York. Kathy Willens / AP Photo

Bill Ayers Compares Weather Underground Days To Black Lives Matters Era

Fifty years ago, the Weather Underground declared a state of war against the U.S. government. Although their efforts never went very far, many members of the radical group have led their lives in the public — calling for the end of systemic racism and inequality.

Founder Bill Ayers joins Reset to discuss the causes they went to war for and how 2020 compares.

GUEST: Bill Ayers, educator, activist, founder of the Weather Underground