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    Flipping Kavanaugh: What's really behind Alabama's gerrymandering gambit

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  • Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson decries 'discomfort' displacing 'knowledge, truth or history'

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  • 'I lost my right eye in the bombing': Birmingham bombing survivor, sister of victim 60 years later

    06:41
  • Five former Memphis officers federally indicted in Tyre Nichols case

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  • ‘To reduce their persons to perpetual slavery’: Author details roots of white supremacy in new book

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  • The Last Thing: Representation Matters

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  • Conservative propaganda site targeting schools looks to expand state partnerships

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  • Court decides Alabama Republicans can’t be trusted to draw congressional maps

    07:10
  • FL officials reportedly wanted ‘opposing’ views on slavery for college-level course

    06:58
  • State hijacking of Houston schools leaves parents anxious for answers

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  • Houston school libraries turned into 'discipline centers' in 'hostile takeover' by state

    08:53
  • Joy Reid: Conservatives finally believe in systemic oppression but think it's only real for Trump

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  • 'What country are we going to be?': U.S. faces reckoning in right-wing backlash to racial progress 

    08:11
  • 'Toxic': DeSantis push to transform university drives out students, faculty

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  • Jacksonville mayor glad DeSantis came 'face to face with that pain' at vigil where he was booed

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  • Eugene Robinson: Black people again are killed for being black

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  • Why it's wrong to assume a single gunman is a 'lone wolf' shooter

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  • Lawrence: American Nazis can legally purchase AR-15s thanks to Republican politicians

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  • Ramaswamy called them ‘modern grand wizards of the modern KKK.' Rep. Pressley and Dr. Kendi respond

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  • DeSantis slammed by FL state rep.: ‘He had a lot of audacity to come there after he lit the match’

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Trump voter's soft sentence for voter fraud contrasts with Black woman's case in Texas

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Rachel Maddow compares the case of a white man in Pennsylvania convicted of voter fraud after lying about casting a ballot for his dead mother in order to give Donald Trump an extra vote and sentenced to probation, with the case of a Black woman in Texas who faces a five-year prison sentence for not realizing she wasn't eligible to vote.