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Pastor Donte Hickman, seen at Southern Baptist Church in 2015, says he's had some productive conversations with the Trump administration on policy issues. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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America Reckons With Racial Injustice

'Breathe, Pray, Meditate': Born From Resistance, Black Churches Now Leading In Crises

Black America today is facing not just one crisis, but a convergence. African Americans have been hit harder by the virus and job losses. And there's systemic racism and discrimination.

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Virginia Democrat To Propose Bill To Require Identifying Information Of Officers

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Pastor Donte Hickman, seen at Southern Baptist Church in 2015, says he's had some productive conversations with the Trump administration on policy issues. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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'Breathe, Pray, Meditate': Born From Resistance, Black Churches Now Leading In Crises

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Billy Dume says he has focused his public activism primarily on LGBTQ issues. He says George Floyd's death led him to march for racial justice in New York City. Brian Mann/NPR hide caption

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Why One Black Man Decided To March

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Raisha Doumbia, 20, left and Kai Harris, 17, have turned to TikTok to discuss racial injustice. It comes after TikTok apologized for a "technical glitch" that hid videos related to Black Lives Matter. TikTok screenshots by NPR hide caption

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TikTok Pivots From Dance Moves To A Racial Justice Movement

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Zeshan B sings like a classic soul artist, but also incorporates South Asian influences into his music. On his new album, Melismatic, he tackles social and political issues in both English and Urdu. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Zeshan B On 'Melismatic' And Creating Music That Champions Brown Power

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