Rev. Sekou has been arrested for protesting injustice in Ferguson. He’s faced off with white supremacists while marching in Charlottesville. And today, the activist, theologian, author, filmmaker, and musician, has found himself on the frontlines of the justice movement, as culture finds itself in a pivotal moment. Today on The New Activist, we talk to Sekou about standing up for the rights of all people, and what it’s like to risk it all for a cause you believe in.