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    GOP restrictions on teaching about racism hinder teachers addressing Buffalo shooting

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  • ‘That racist young man took my mother away’: Families of Buffalo victims hold press conference

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  • Assemblywoman from Buffalo: ‘I will not stoop to your hate’

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  • Violence linked to white supremacy rises

    05:54
  • Vice News journalist uncovers new information on officers who killed Breonna Taylor

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  • House member pushes bill to raise legal age to buy assault rifles

    07:01
  • Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane pleads guilty in George Floyd death

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  • Buffalo Mayor: Shooting will not affect the ‘heart of this community’

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  • Biden & Schumer condemn Fox for racist propaganda

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  • ‘A poison’: Tucker Carlson under pressure amid debunked conspiracy theory as Biden slams ‘lies’

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  • 'White supremacy is a global terror threat': Head of ADL calls on Biden for anti-hate strategy

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  • Buffalo victim advocated for stricter gun laws

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  • Joe: Talk about demographics is not the same as replacement theory

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  • President Biden and first lady set to visit Buffalo

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  • Site of Buffalo shooting a community hub with deep roots

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  • Reporters tread carefully with attention-seeking racists, extremist online communities

    06:03
  • Violent, terroristic racists are a recurrent problem with no simple solution

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  • Buffalo shooter’s racist hate links him to past massacres

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  • Buffalo gunman cited same racist ideology pushed by right-wing media

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  • Buffalo massacre: How racist messaging became mainstream on the American right

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Recovered docs show how Sojourner Truth won son’s freedom from white man

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Princeton history professor and Sojourner Truth biographer Nell Irvin Painter joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss the “strength” that Sojourner Truth displayed in 1828 when she became one of the first Black women to successfully sue a white man in court, winning her son’s freedom from slavery.