The double life of civil rights photographer Ernest Withers



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Photographer Ernest Withers captured some of the most iconic images of the civil rights era. But Withers was also an FBI informant, funneling information to the bureau about the civil rights movement and its leaders. Journalist Wesley Lowery joins Geoff Bennett to discuss his new podcast, “Ernie's Secret.”

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