It's All Wrong
00:00 - 03:12
3m 12s

Bass speaks out against slavery to Edwin Epps, a slave owner. Bass tells Epps that he should be more concerned about the condition of his slaves and that they are human beings just like any white men.

This clip contains profanity at the following moments: 00:49 - 00:50 , 01:15 - 01:16 , 01:25 - 01:26 , 01:51 - 01:52 , 02:07 - 02:07


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