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The Challenges Women of Color Have Faced in Politics and Beyond

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The Challenges Women of Color Have Faced in Politics and Beyond

Republicans have taken Rep. Omar's comments out of context, while Democrats have been lackluster in their defense.

The Notre Dame Cathedral Fire: What it Means for France and the World

The world watched as the devastating fire engulfed the cathedral on Monday. But the pain of its damage goes well beyond Paris.

Facial Recognition Surveillance Targets Uighur Minority in China

This is the first instance of a government using AI for the explicit purpose of racial profiling, according to reporting from The New York Times. 

Stop & Shop Workers Go on Strike

31,000 workers have been on strike since last Thursday, leaving 240 stores understaffed or closed altogether. 

Guests:

Congresswoman Donna Edwards

Professor Andrea Benjamin

Carol Krinsky

Paul Mozur

Jennifer Klein

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