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To root out racism, academics and activists say, talk of healing is not enough: the bias at the heart of American politics, policing and society must be addressed
Many say the Starbucks incident exposed discrimination that people of color and black people in particular face every day
A New York judge rules @realDonaldTrump is a presidential, not personal, account and blocking violates the first amendment
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