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    Sharpton: "We should remember their names and rise up, so they did not die in vain"

    02:29
  • Gov Hochul on the recent mass shooting in Buffalo NY

    06:20
  • Sen. Gary Peters' warning to the far-right politicians about spewing hate and lies regarding the 'Great Replacement Theory'

    08:35
  • Sen. Gillibrand: "We need to figure out how we can create the possibility of a less divided nation"

    06:18
  • Multiple injured at California church shooting

    00:31
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    11:09
  • Abraham Bolden's Recent Pardon by President Biden

    06:01
  • Chef José Andrés' continued fight to help Ukrainian refugees

    07:42
  • Katie Benner breaks down the DOJ Investigation Report on Mississippi State Penitentiary

    07:52
  • Sharpton: "Governor Ron DeSantis seems so determined to be the next "Donald Trump"

    02:56
  • Charlie Crist: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"

    08:45
  • Marc Morial Analyzes the National Urban League Report on the State of Black America

    11:51
  • Chef Jose Andres' mission to feeding Ukrainian refugees

    11:18
  • Nate Mook: "We hope to continue this to make a difference as long as we're needed here"

    06:09
  • Where is the nation today on the criminal justice system on black and brown people?

    07:53
  • Sharpton: 'We are still a long way from where we need to be'

    02:41
  • Mitch Landrieu sees the future of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

    08:43
  • Fmr. NFL Coach Brian Flores: "This lawsuit isn't about me. It's about that lack of representation."

    14:04
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    07:27
  • GOP 'lulled' Democrats into believing Roe would remain protected

    03:08

Trump fails to act after three black churches burned down

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Rev. Al Sharpton sits down with author and columnist George Johnson. Sharpton says President Trump’s response to the devastating fire at Notre Dame in Paris was to appeal to white evangelicals. The President has yet to say anything about the racially-motivated fires that left three historically black churches in ruins.