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“I don’t think I should have to make the choice between having a livelihood and having a life.” This crisis has hit Black & Latino families harder in every way. And it could be about to get worse. With @PatcohenNYT: nytimes.com/2020/06/06/bus…
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Pearl Jam release uncensored version of "Jeremy" video for the first time to mark National Gun Violence Awareness Day rol.st/3gWHtS5
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George Floyd’s body arrives for the public viewing here in Raeford, NC. The pastor says Floyd has now found rest. As the casket is wheeled in chants of black power and #GeorgeFloyd break out.
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Blast these songs as you pre-game for the next protest against anti-Black violence and police brutality rol.st/3h1flNy
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Members of the National Guard arrive on the ellipse near the White House ahead of today’s Black Lives Matter protest.
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Peaceful protesters turned out in London’s Parliament Square today despite government warnings to avoid mass gatherings due to Coronavirus pandemic.
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As of June 6 at 10:45 a.m., there have been 1,908,052 COVID-19 cases in the US and 109,764 reported deaths. nbcnews.to/2xlnQB3
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Tens of thousands have turned out in London to call for an end to racism and police brutality. Follow live updates from protests around the world: nyti.ms/3eUglRJ
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“In 400 years, whatever happens in a pandemic, there will be priests to anoint God’s people,” Father Connors said. “Whatever happens.” nyti.ms/3eVvPov
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This pandemic comes as the U.S. has been drifting away from many of its faith traditions. Christianity, the majority religion in America, has been slowly declining since the flu pandemic of 1918. nyti.ms/3eVvPov
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At #protests across the country, older generations are marching in the hope that their children won’t have to. @ahylton26 reports. Catch the full story on #TheWeekendReport on @Quibi. link.quibi.com/thereport
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"The eyes of the world are upon you..." This was Gen. Eisenhower's message to the Allied service members who were invading France on D-Day.
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76 years ago today, D-Day, the beaches were stormed as the invasion of Normandy began. #DDay
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Large gatherings can spread COVID-19, especially as people shout and confront police — but there are ways to mitigate the risk of transmission rol.st/3cFVaBt
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Read more about why, in corners of the U.S. facing financial ruin, but where the coronavirus hasn’t arrived in full, some see reopening as long overdue: nyti.ms/3eZcQJA
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Nobody has died from the coronavirus in Mesa County, Colorado, but plenty of people are out of work. Unemployment is over 12%. Tourism helped the area rebound from the Great Recession, but business owners worry they've already lost the summer season. nyti.ms/3eZcQJA
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Business leaders in Brevard County, Florida, hoped the SpaceX rocket launch last weekend would give the local economy “a little shot in the arm” after unemployment climbed to almost 13%. Lockdown restrictions made it hard for many residents. nyti.ms/3eZcQJA
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As more states begin to reopen, the virus-versus-economy dynamic has created some anxiety. In Outagamie County, Wisconsin, where unemployment is above 14%, residents are eager to return to their local YMCA centers but still feel vulnerable. nyti.ms/3eZcQJA
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In Nueces County, Texas, where the unemployment rate is near 16%, business owners who braced for a wave of infections were left scratching their heads. Several people we spoke with did not know anyone local who had been sickened by the virus. nyti.ms/3eZcQJA
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Hundreds of counties in 45 states have seen unemployment shoot up even as virus rates have remained relatively low. We talked to business owners and residents in Colorado, Florida, Texas and Wisconsin. Many are angry or confused. Others plead for caution. nyti.ms/3eZcQJA
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A New York Times analysis of coronavirus infections, official layoff notices and federal unemployment data identified counties in the U.S. where residents are experiencing extreme economic hardships but have so far been spared the worst of the pandemic. nyti.ms/3eZcQJA
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“We really don't have a precedent for the scale of white participation.” On our “Checks and Balance” podcast, historian @KhalilGMuhammad discusses the protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd econ.trib.al/C0HQpoO
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Folks who have been waiting near the street for about an hour are now being allowed to line up at the doors of the sanctuary as #GeorgeFloyd’s public viewing here in Raeford, NC gets underway in just a short while.
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A second memorial service will be held for George Floyd today in Raeford, North Carolina, where several of his family members live. Up to 3,000 people are expected to attend, with a public viewing followed by a private service for the family. @PriscillaWT has more.
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Public health officials are reporting an uptick in U.S. coronavirus cases. Data from Johns Hopkins University shows that cases hit an eight-week low just after Memorial Day, but have been increasing ever since. Experts say relaxed social distancing policies may be to blame.
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Beloved Brooklyn metal club Saint Vitus needed $15,000 in COVID-19 Relief. They raised over $125,000 (and counting). How one music venue found success amid crippling economic times rol.st/3dDm6Da
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Scenes from the George Floyd memorial in Brooklyn. nyer.cm/M8is15Z
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From monsters in the Jim Crow era deep south to a kidnapping gone wrong in 1930s L.A — your week in movie trailers rol.st/3eVdF6l
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Under the Trump administration, the U.S. military has ramped up a reckless air war that is killing Afghan civilians in record numbers rol.st/376SOKQ
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“Part of the anger and frustration is why have we not done this sooner…but here we are now and the question is do we have that perfect storm?” @ValerieJarrett, former senior advisor to Barack Obama, talks to @annemcelvoy about police reform in America, on "The Economist Asks"
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America is protesting because of its injustices, as it has so often in the past. Progress in the fight against racial inequality is still possible. Our cover this week econ.st/3gWdCsP
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A guide to the less-lethal weapons that law enforcement uses against protesters wapo.st/2A9XMdo
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“Nixon had to move to the right in a way that Trump did not.” On our “Checks and Balance” podcast, historian @KhalilGMuhammad says 2020 is not 1968 all over again econ.trib.al/Sq5le5L
Vladimir Putin’s mishandling of the pandemic has driven his approval ratings to an all-time low. Will covid-19 dent his popularity for years to come? econ.st/2A5FsCk
Alcohol is the most widely taken intoxicant in the world econ.st/2U0dzlR
“We really don't have a precedent for the scale of white participation.” On our “Checks and Balance” podcast, historian @KhalilGMuhammad discusses the protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd econ.trib.al/SuZuf6d
AP was there when Serena Williams beat Venus to win the French Open in the first of four consecutive all-in-the-family major finals. Read @HowardFendrich’s June 8, 2002 story: apne.ws/MeCUxcr
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On Friday, protesters in New York remembered Breonna Taylor on what would have been her 27th birthday. Latest updates from protests around the U.S.: nyti.ms/2A59tlC
Hannah Brown to her fans in new video: "Do not defend me. What I did—what I said—was indefensible." glmr.co/OGNvYKA
Police arrest cyclist who confronted youngsters posting U.S. racial injustice flyers reut.rs/2Y9aYHo
France wants 5G auction in September, junior minister tells Le Figaro reut.rs/3h97DRE
'We were wrong': NFL commissioner regrets stance on player protests, condemns racism reut.rs/2UfMZp2
Waitresses geared up with face shields, gloves, and pom-poms perform karaoke on request at this Tokyo bar
Colombia could take on shares in companies hit by coronavirus reut.rs/30dajaJ
#Doping #CoronavirusPandemic #cautionyespanicno Athletes face four-year ban for avoiding dope testing with #corona excuse Dope control officers to undergo mandatory #COVID?19 test before going for sample collection💉 Details ➡️toi.in/XdG-TY/a24gkLt
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Electric skateboard-mounted trash collector among U.S. protest volunteers reut.rs/2UfgCa1
Mexico is reopening amid a worsening epidemic. In this @nytvideo, we go inside one city's funeral business to glimpse the human toll, which is likely far higher than official numbers indicate. nyti.ms/3cAP5WL
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Reddit co-founder Ohanian resigns from board, wants a black candidate to take over reut.rs/2MA17oM
‘You know the thing about the pot and the kettle’: Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser countered President Trump’s tweet calling her 'incompetent.' The two are at odds over Trump's use of law enforcement to crack down on protests
 
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