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America Reckons With Racial Injustice

Lawyers Charged With Seven Felonies In Molotov Cocktail Attack Out On Bail

Two lawyers could face life in prison for allegedly firebombing an empty police car during a protest in New York. Prosecutors call it a calculated crime. Supporters say they're being singled out.

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Lawyers Charged With Seven Felonies In Molotov Cocktail Attack Out On Bail

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As Seen Through Windows Bell Orchestre
The Glow Sarah Neufeld
Nothin Like U Kaytranada
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People of the Sky Sloan

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Fauci: Mixed Messaging On Masks Set U.S. Public Health Response Back

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Pacific Theme Broken Social Scene
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Alabama's Top Health Officer: Without Compliance, Health Orders Can Only Go So Far

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Don't Stop (On My Account) Owen Pallett
The Face, Pt. 1 Metric

James Henley Thornwell regularly defended slavery and promoted white supremacy from his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, S.C. A.H. Ritchie/The Collected Writings of James Henley Thornwell, 1871 hide caption

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White Supremacist Ideas Have Historical Roots In U.S. Christianity

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