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Fresh Air Weekend: News Anchor Katy Tur; How racism impacts Black Americans' health

Tur revisits her high-flying childhood — and the hurt that lingers. 1619 Project journalist Linda Villarosa lays bare why Black Americans "live sicker and die quicker" than their white counterparts.

Katy Tur chronicled her experience covering Donald Trump's first presidential campaign on her previous book, Unbelievable. Virginia Sherwood/MSNBC hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Katy Tur; How racism impacts Black Americans' health

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