The Duvernay sisters open up about their family bond and how they lift each other up
In TODAY’s “Sisterhood” series, Ava Duvernay, the award-winning director of “Selma,” and her sisters get personal about their family bond and how they’ve empowered each other to take on social justice causes. TODAY’s Jenna Bush Hager has the story for TODAY from Long Beach, California.
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