Tulsa Race Massacre survivors fight for reparations : Here & Now Anytime USA Today Network reporter Douglas Soule joins us to talk about abortion rights and recreational marijuana on Florida's 2024 ballot. And, Shaina Low, spokesperson for the Norwegian Refugee Council, reacts to the Israeli airstrike that killed seven World Central Kitchen aid workers in Gaza. Here & Now security analyst Jim Walsh explains how the attack on the Iranian consulate in Syria could reverberate throughout the Middle East. Then, Oklahoma Eagle reporter Deon Osborne discusses the court battle involving the last two survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

Tulsa Race Massacre survivors fight for reparations

Tulsa Race Massacre survivors fight for reparations

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USA Today Network reporter Douglas Soule joins us to talk about abortion rights and recreational marijuana on Florida's 2024 ballot.

And, Shaina Low, spokesperson for the Norwegian Refugee Council, reacts to the Israeli airstrike that killed seven World Central Kitchen aid workers in Gaza. Here & Now security analyst Jim Walsh explains how the attack on the Iranian consulate in Syria could reverberate throughout the Middle East.

Then, Oklahoma Eagle reporter Deon Osborne discusses the court battle involving the last two survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

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