Netflix’s Civil: A Conversation with Nadia Hallgren and Benjamin Crump

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Ben Crump is an attorney who represented George Floyd’s family in civil court, and is also known as “Black America’s attorney general.” The new Netflix documentary Civil: Ben Crump, out June 19th, takes a look at his life as a leader and as a family man. Bloomberg’s Sarah Rappaport spoke to Crump and the film’s director Nadia Hallgren ahead of the release.

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