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  • Marking the Juneteenth holiday

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  • The Last Thing: A long journey

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  • New documentary chronicles fight for reparations for slavery in America

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  • Trymaine Lee speaks with fathers of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown & Jacob Blake

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  • Fathers of Jacob Blake, Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin sit down for Father's Day special

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  • Historian traces the historical significance of Juneteenth

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  • Ibram X. Kendi writes about how to talk to kids about race and racism

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  • Fascist, paramilitary groups seen aligning with Republican political targeting

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This one reform can change policing forever

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One of the strongest rules that shields police from accountability and ever facing public trials was literally “made up” by judges, MSNBC's Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber explains in this Special Report, and it can be abolished by Congress or states. Melber traces the odd legal history of this police “immunity” rule; how it operates to prevent even basic civil trials for victims of alleged police brutality; and why it’s become a key flash point in the Congressional battle over the George Floyd Act.