Patrisse Khan-Cullors, founder of the Black Lives Matter movement and author of the new memoir, "When They Call You a Terrorist," discusses the hashtag that spawned a global movement.

Khan-Cullors talks about her evolving relationship with her mother. She says watching how hard her mom worked inspired the work she herself does today. She talks about being called a terrorist, hence the name of her new book, and how the Trump administration has affected the Black Lives Matter movement.

Khan-Cullors also weighs in on the #MeToo movement and what it means for women of color.