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For peace activists on the frontlines, anti-Asian violence is inextricably linked to the history of U.S. imperialist wars. And for this month’s episode of the F-Word on fascism, author Roberto Lovato on the deadly legacy of U.S. colonialism in Central and South America. Plus headlines on the Poor People’s Campaign, the New Cold War with Gerald Horne, and the ACLU DC’s report on police repression of Black Lives Matter protesters in 2020.
Voices: Roberto Lovato, Gerald Horne, Christine Ahn, Rev. William Barber, Linda McNichol, Minnie Elliot, Poor People’s Campaign organizers.
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