As the U.S. Movement Against Racism continues to claim victories, corporate media changes the subject from U.S. police terror to Russia. We speak to human rights activist Ajamu Baraka. And, after two months of being ignored, the family of a young female soldier missing from Fort Hood in Texas, travels to DC to get justice.
Plus headlines, including the latest from DC protests, victories from the movement, new action from Capitol Hill and investors force the Washington NFL football team to change its racist name.
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CORRECTION: Broadcast versions of this show misidentified Claire McCaskill. She served as senator from Missouri. And the trumpet solo for the recessional at the going home service for Robert Northern-Brother Ah was Paul Bailey. We apologize for our error.