New documentary explores America’s ‘complicated’ relationship with Bill Cosby

From PBS NewsHour.

Last year, comedian Bill Cosby’s 2018 sexual assault conviction was overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which found prosecutors had improperly used a deposition where Cosby admitted to drugging women. A new documentary series looks at allegations against Cosby, and his role as a major figure in American cultural history. Jeffrey Brown reports for our art and culture series, CANVAS.

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