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A Year Of Protest After George Floyd's Death

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History professor Yohuru Williams speaks with Galen Druke about how the protest movement sparked by George Floyd’s murder compares with past social justice movements. Micah Cohen and Kaleigh Rogers also join to talk about why Republicans are not backing a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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Has Our Criminal Justice System Gotten Better Since George Floyd's Death?

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Discussions of a January 6th Commission: Hugh Hewitt with Karl Rove