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Is America Facing a Racial Reckoning?

In 1963, a quarter of a million Americans marched on Washington calling for equal civil rights. Today, the movement has a name: Black Lives Matter. It's been fueled by a string of killings at the hands of White police and citizens. We speak with American philosopher George Yancy who said the killing of unarmed man Ahmaud Arbery would not be the end, and that more black bodies would follow. So, can systemic racism be demolished? Plus, a Trump supporter and a constitutional lawyer join us to debate police brutality and America’s political response to the protests. ​ Guests: George Yancy Author of 'Across Black Spaces' Gloria J. Browne-Marshall Civil Rights Attorney and Constitutional Law Professor Adolfo Franco Attorney and Member of the Republican National Committee

Racial Injustice in America

Racial Injustice in America

Is There Racial Bias in Policing?

Is There Racial Bias in Policing?

Thousands marched to commemorate the life of George Floyd

Thousands marched to commemorate the life of George Floyd

Hundreds of thousands join anti-racism protests in Europe

Hundreds of thousands join anti-racism protests in Europe

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Serbia offers quarantine tourism to red-listed countries

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Firefighters, locals work tirelessly to contain fires in Turkey

Inquiry found Gov Cuomo sexually harrassed 11 women

Inquiry found Gov Cuomo sexually harrassed 11 women

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Activist found dead a day after reported missing in Ukraine

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Residents are still suffering a year after Beirut blast

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Worsening humanitarian crisis in Tigray raises concerns

Israeli court delays verdict on Sheikh Jarrah

Israeli court delays verdict on Sheikh Jarrah

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Nikola Tesla sparks row between Croatia and Serbia

Primary schools in South Africa reopen amid virus concerns

Primary schools in South Africa reopen amid virus concerns

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Locals in Turkey's south mobilise to fight the fires

Floods engulf upcoming German election

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