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  • Will republicans back off the new framework for gun control?

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Dozens of college basketball coaches team up to create more opportunities for minorities

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Dozens of collegiate coaches are teaming up to boost representation in their field through the McLendon Foundation Minority Leadership Initiative. It’s co-chaired by Harvard coach Tommy Amaker and University of Kentucky coach John Calipari who joined Alex Witt to discuss the need for the program. The McLendon Foundation is named after John McLendon, the first Black head basketball coach at a predominantly white institution.