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A video shows officers appearing to shove an older man who walked up to riot police Thursday in Buffalo, N.Y. Prosecutors have now filed charges against two officers. Mike Desmond/WBFO via AP hide caption

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Evangelical Christians traditionally focus on individual sin and salvation. But some are taking a wider view when it comes to addressing systemic racism. Reza/Getty Images hide caption

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Evangelical Christians Grapple With Racism As Sin

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Demonstrators gather on 16th St. near Lafayette Park during a peaceful protest against police brutality and the death of George Floyd, on June 5, 2020 in Washington, DC. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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OPINION: In the Shadow of Protests, Turn to Ralph Ellison

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Frontman Behind Sweden's Coronavirus Strategy Regrets High Death Toll

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New Netflix Documentary Details A Romance Kept Secret For Nearly 70 Years

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In 'A Burning,' Striving, Dreaming And Joking In The Face Of Oppression

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Protesters in Washington, D.C., hold up their phones during a demonstration outside the White House over the death of George Floyd. Eric Baradat/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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At The D.C. Protests, A 'Lean On Me' Singalong Offered A Moment Of Solace

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Wearing a mask to protect herself from the coronavirus and a hat that reads "Make Racism Wrong Again," Lydia Spottswood joins a protest in Kenosha, Wis., in response to George Floyd's killing by police. She thinks people are tired of President Trump's "meanness." Asma Khalid/NPR hide caption

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Wisconsin Voters Weigh The Future Of A Nation In Crisis

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Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks in Philadelphia. He has now secured enough delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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A statue of King Leopold II of Belgium is pictured on June 4 in Antwerp after it was set on fire the night before. Activists want statues of the colonial-era monarch removed. Jonas Roosens/Belga/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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