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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

Cavusoglu: Our expectations from Sweden and Finland 'crystal clear'

Cavusoglu: Our expectations from Sweden and Finland 'crystal clear'

Cavusoglu calls on NATO to support countries fighting terrorism

Cavusoglu calls on NATO to support countries fighting terrorism

Biggest rail strike in 30 years disrupts travel in UK

Biggest rail strike in 30 years disrupts travel in UK

Yoga for humanity, bulldozers for Muslims in India

Yoga for humanity, bulldozers for Muslims in India

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Energy commodities may be set to sell off in the near future

PKK/YPG terrorists use tunnels near the Turkish-Syrian border

PKK/YPG terrorists use tunnels near the Turkish-Syrian border

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits Türkiye as ties improve

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits Türkiye as ties improve

Earthquake kills at least 920 people in Afghanistan

Earthquake kills at least 920 people in Afghanistan

Germany's Goethe Institute accused of ‘anti-Palestinian' racism

Germany's Goethe Institute accused of ‘anti-Palestinian' racism

Strava app used to spy on Israeli military personnel

Strava app used to spy on Israeli military personnel

Miami police's solution to curb gun violence in the city

Miami police's solution to curb gun violence in the city

The UK's new programme to electronically monitor some asylum seekers

The UK's new programme to electronically monitor some asylum seekers

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