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    'Built From the Fire' remembers the Tulsa Massacre 102 years later

    02:59
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  • Rep. Maxwell Frost: ‘We need to fight’ against Ron DeSantis’s book bans

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  • Florida school bans Amanda Gorman poem over one parent’s CRT fears

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  • Stacey Abrams: Black women’s underrepresentation in U.S. Senate ‘is an American issue’

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  • Voting rights group pledges investment to challenge suppressive voting laws

    03:51
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  • How state Republicans went from opposing Democrats to opposing democracy

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  • Doris Kearns Goodwin: We've gone way backward in time with these book bans

    06:57
  • ‘An effort to erase’ and marginalize certain stories: Head of writers group on suing Fla. school district

    09:44
  • ‘Outward racism, bigotry’: Rep. Dean calls out Marjorie Taylor Greene for Rep. Bowman insinuation

    10:09
  • Bowman calls out MTG for racist tropes after she says she 'feels threated’ by him

    08:13
  • Padma Lakshmi hopes 'Taste the Nation' makes us curious about our fellow Americans

    08:25
  • Bicyclist brings white supremacists low with skilled heckling

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  • Report: Gosar's congressional staffer linked to neo-Nazi Nick Fuentes

    10:31
  • Remembering the Buffalo shooting one year later

    12:30
  • White Christian nationalism emerges from shadows of GOP politics

    11:07
  • Trymaine Lee on how Buffalo is ‘helping their own’ one year after mass shooting

    04:26
  • Antisemitic speakers to skip Trump stop on right-wing roadshow tour

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Why the Selma campaign was a success

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Melissa Harris-Perry asks "Selma" director Ava DuVernay if the Selma campaign can still be called a win given the recent erosion in voting rights and the current movement calling for an end to police violence in communities of color. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., also joins to discuss.