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  •  ‘Afraid of knowledge’: Teachers union president takes on book bans

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  • Jen Psaki: ‘Finding common ground through listening is often a tactic that isn't used as much as it should’

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  • ‘Totally new and terrifying’: Trump’s disturbing rhetoric escalates as trial heats up

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  • ‘This is not what our scriptures teach’: fmr Trump admin DHS official rejects MAGA’s claim on evangelicalism

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  • ‘How do we keep this from happening?’: ‘The Giver’ author Lois Lowry joins The Velshi Banned Book Club

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  • How Republicans are fueling Russia and China’s global effort to undermine democracy

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  • Not Forgotten: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womens’ Day of remembrance.

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Kimberlé Crenshaw and #SayHerName: Honoring the stories of Black women facing state violence

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Acclaimed scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw’s new book, ‘#SayHerName: Black Women’s Stories of Police Violence and Public Silence,’ honors Black women and girls – an often overlooked group in the greater struggle for racial equality. “First the families lose these women, and then the fact that they’ve lost them becomes lost to their communities, becomes lost to history, becomes lost to the movement,” says Crenshaw. “And we are seeing the consequences of that erasure” in Florida, where Gov. DeSantis is pushing a curriculum that suggests there was some advantage in enslavement for Black people in terms of skill-building. “It’s outrageous, it’s insulting,” says Crenshaw. “Unless we learn how to fight this on its own terms, we’re going to see more of this DeSantis nonsense.”