Politics, Protests Point To Overarching Question: 'Who Are We As Americans?' Police shootings in Tulsa, Okla., and Charlotte, N.C., sparked protests in those cities this week. At one, a protester said, "All of these are my people. So when one of us is hurt, all of us is hurt."
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Politics, Protests Point To Overarching Question: 'Who Are We As Americans?'

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Politics, Protests Point To Overarching Question: 'Who Are We As Americans?'

Politics, Protests Point To Overarching Question: 'Who Are We As Americans?'

Politics, Protests Point To Overarching Question: 'Who Are We As Americans?'

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Police shootings in Tulsa, Okla., and Charlotte, N.C., sparked protests in those cities this week. At one, a protester said, "All of these are my people. So when one of us is hurt, all of us is hurt."