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    05:00
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  • David Hogg: ‘Be enraged,’ gun violence ‘is a threat to every community’

    07:28
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    07:08
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    07:07
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    08:01
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    06:31
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Moving forward, despite prejudice

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Prabhjot Singh, a physician in East Harlem and a professor of at Columbia University, was the victim of a brutal hate crime in Harlem. He still lives there with his neighbors. He talks about being simultaneously grieving about the bad news in the world, and experiencing the backlash as part of a community that encounters prejudice.