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Remembering Chauncey Bailey One Year Later

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Remembering Chauncey Bailey One Year Later

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Remembering Chauncey Bailey One Year Later

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Journalist Chauncey Bailey was killed on the streets of Oakland, Calif., almost one year ago today.

Bailey was the editor of the Oakland Post and the first journalist to be murdered on American soil since 1993.

NPR's Tony Cox checks in with independent journalist Bob Butler — reporter for "The Chauncey Bailey Project" — for the latest information surrounding the Bailey's murder.

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