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    College Board SVP: AP African American studies course offers digital library with Coates, Crenshaw

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  • Neo-Nazis intent on race war target U.S. infrastructure

    07:05
  • CRT creator: If you are concerned by America’s rightward drift you must get involved

    06:13
  • Neo-Nazi among 2 charged with plot to ‘completely destroy’ Baltimore

    06:37
  • 'The 1619 Project' is the story of America, says Nikole Hannah-Jones

    12:03
  • Scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw on the new 'segregation' of knowledge

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  • The Black National Anthem reminds us ‘we have not yet achieved the kind of justice that we richly deserve’

    08:04
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: Revisiting “The 1619 Project” with Nikole Hannah-Jones

    08:39
  • Velshi: Qualified Immunity shields police from accountability

    05:34
  • House GOP vote to remove Ilhan Omar ‘demonized and targeted a Black Muslim woman’ Obeidallah says

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  • MAGA rebuked on TV: See Ebro tell U.S. to face ‘Who we are' from Jan. 6 to police brutality

    06:58
  • Marjorie Taylor Greene embarrasses herself with misinformed talking point

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  • How qualified immunity shields police from accountability

    09:29
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates on the right-wing backlash to teaching Black history

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  • Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee on Biden meeting: We hope to collaborate with Republicans on police reform

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  • Rep. Taylor Greene wrongly claims one school received $5.1B to teach CRT

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  • Rev. Al: It's time for Congress to help hold police accountable

    06:00
  • College Board 'bowed to political pressure' in AP African American Studies changes Kendi suggests

    11:57
  • Celebration of life held for Tyre Nichols

    06:41
  • Activists call for legislation to support policing changes following death of Tyre Nichols

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New video shows police killing Black man after scuffle

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The Grand Rapids Police Department has released videos of an officer fatally shooting 26-year-old Black man Patrick Lyoya. In the fatal encounter, the police officer escalates the situation, but the suspect resists and appears to pursue the officer’s Taser. The Police Chief says he intends to be “transparent” as an investigation is launched. MSNBC’s Ari Melber is joined by Marq Claxton, a retired NYPD detective and the director of the Black Law Enforcement Alliance, to discuss the incident and police reform in America as fatal police shootings across the nation continue at the same rate as previous years.