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‘I weep for my people, I weep for the nation’— Michael Eric Dyson on the George Floyd protests

FOX Sports Monday, 1 June 2020
‘I weep for my people, I weep for the nation’— Michael Eric Dyson on the George Floyd protestsHuman rights activist Michael Eric Dyson, author of Tears We Cannot Stop, addresses the plague of police brutality against Black Americans. Hear what Dyson has to say about the state of the country in the wake of George Floyd.
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Human rights activist Michael Eric Dyson, author of Tears We Cannot Stop, addresses the plague of police brutality against Black Americans. Hear what Dyson has to say about the state of the country in the wake of George Floyd.

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