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    NAACP Pres. Derrick Johnson: “White supremacy cannot coexist with democracy”

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  • Maria Hinojosa on ‘Suave’, her now Pulitzer-winning podcast: “We brought heart”

    05:48
  •  Putin is Making “Empty Threats,” Says Acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine

    05:11
  • The link between the anti-abortion movement & “replacement theory”

    07:33
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: R.J. Palacio on her heart-wrenching graphic novel “White Bird”

    06:05
  • Mohamed El-Erian on global policy response to inflation: “we need it, but we won’t get it”

    05:41
  • Michigan AG: If my Republican opponent wins and bans abortions, ‘many women will die’

    05:54
  • “The data is the data”: Overturning Roe will have devastating effects on the economy

    05:18
  • Velshi: Acknowledging U.S. history of Native erasure is Step 1. Step 2 is action.

    05:13
  • Delegation of U.S. Senate led by Mitchell McConnell arrive in Kyiv

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  • Robin DiAngelo, who coined and authored “White Fragility,” joins the #VelshiBannedBookClub

    05:42
  • Photojournalist Lynsey Addario in the Donbas, Ukraine: “The front line is everywhere.”

    05:12
  • Velshi: When freedoms are taken from some of us, none of us are free

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  • Rep. Barbara Lee on the civic engagement needed to safeguard abortion rights and personal liberties

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  • Attorney for 1992 abortion case warns that what’s to come will be “much, much worse”

    03:44
  • For evangelicals, the moral outrage over abortion is about race, gender – and ultimately, power

    04:55
  • Rep. Pressley: Protect abortion rights “as if lives depend on it - because they do”

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  • Sen. Tammy Baldwin: In Wisconsin, overturning Roe “will set us back to the 1800s”

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  • Velshi: The first step toward preserving abortion rights is by calling out the lies

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  • Fmr. Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko says America’s Howitzers are a “Game Changer” 

    05:33

New Docuseries Uncovers What the Oil Industry Knew Decades Ago about Climate Change

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With the world already reeling from the effects of climate change, a new docuseries reveals that the oil and gas industry knew decades ago about the dangers its practices posed on the environment. The new three-part series from PBS’s Frontline called "The Power of Big Oil" accuses big energy companies like Exxon-Mobil of using their money and influence to discredit critics and silence whistleblowers who were trying to uncover how their methods contributed to climate change.