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    Trial begins for former officer involved in raid that led to Breonna Taylor's death

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  • HBCU president on the unique challenges faced by students

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  • 'Badge or not,' MLB Star Chris Archer wants everyone to be held responsible for their actions

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  • Exploring Juneteenth and the history behind end of U.S. slavery

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  • Selma residents question if bridge should be renamed after Rep. Lewis

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  • Virginia Gov. Northam on racial justice: ‘White people need to listen'

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  • Netflix CEO donates $120 million to shine light on HBCU's 'amazing, postive legacy'

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  • Rep. Leslie Herrod: 'It was time for us to have a comprehensive bill to answer the protestors' cries and to demand justice'

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  • Effort to rename Selma's Pettus Bridge after Rep. John Lewis picks up key support

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  • Growing push to rename Selma's Pettus Bridge after Rep. John Lewis

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‘We have a long way to go’ Craig’s final thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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Craig Melvin reflects on Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy and where we are as a country today.