You can’t talk about Black Lives Matter and ignore black on black crime

Michael Hill, Correspondent | September 4, 2020 | Social

Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small led a city effort on Friday to paint Black Lives Matter on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. He says it’s important to understand the significance of what the phrase means. At Friday’s rally, he announced more will be done about black on black crime. The mayor joins NJTV News correspondent Michael Hill.