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US election 2020: Why racism is still a problem for the world's most powerful country

WorldNews Friday, 30 October 2020
US election 2020: Why racism is still a problem for the world's most powerful countryThe stories of police brutality and discrimination against African Americans this year are similar to those of 20 years ago, writes the BBC's Clive Myrie. A new breed of civil rights activist is trying to bring about a reckoning with America's racist...
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