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From Minneapolis, to the Washington, DC area, where a lesser known police killing of a Black man–Finan Berhe–occurred this month, communities are demanding an end to police terror. And, as we cope with a myriad of crises and an economic system failing to meet human needs, how do we laugh to keep from crying? We speak with comedian Lee Camp about being angry and funny.
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Post Photo Credit: Silver Spring Justice Coalition