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Fortnite hosts We The People program focused on conversations about racing in America

FortniteParty Royale will air an in-game showing We, the people on Saturday, part of a series of talks about racing in America, the the company announced Friday. The program, hosted by CNN’s Van Jones, includes journalists Elaine Welteroth and Jemele Hill, and musicians Killer Mike and Lil Baby. The group will hold a discussion on systemic racism in media, culture and entertainment.

Look We, the people, launch Fortnite on Saturday morning and select Battle Royale game mode. Go to the Party Royale playlist and go to the big screen of the island. The event kicks off at 9:46 a.m.ET and will air multiple times throughout the day on Saturdays.

Epic Games debuted in April with Party Royale, a separate nonviolent social space off the main Battle Royale island. Virtual concerts are given by musicians such as Diplo and Deadmau5, a concert series with Young Thug and Noah Cyrusas well as the hugely popular Travis Scott concert in April. That event drew over 12 million viewers,

Last month FortniteParty Royale theater hosted performances of several Christopher Nolan films, including Start, Batman begins, and The prestige. Nolan dropped the trailer in front of his upcoming movie, Rack inside of the game in May.

According to Epic, as of May, Fortnite has more than 350 million players.