Ana DuVernay, the director of the Oscar nominated film Selma, recently brought to Netflix her documentary about mass incarceration and it’s revolving around the 13th Amendment. Her and Pusha T discuss the film and “legal slavery” in the interview below.

Frankie Zing

The 13th Amendment was brought in and fought for by Abraham Lincoln over 150 years ago. The amendment was to abolish slavery, but with one stipulation that is not put into the limelight as much as one would like: you will be a slave to the system if you are a convicted criminal. So the system makes criminals because they need slaves. This documentary goes in depth with that whole concept and Push and the director Ana DuVernay give some insight below: