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Sports world comes together to fight racial injustice

CBS News Sunday, 30 August 2020
CBS News special correspondent and host of "The NFL Today" James Brown on the nationwide boycott by some of the top NBA and MLB teams in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake.
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