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Amazon May Pull 'Dukes of Hazzard' Over Confederate Flag Imagery: Report

’The Dukes of Hazzard’ might soon be unavailable to stream on Amazon’s IMDb TV. Amazon is reportedly considering removing the classic 80s TV show from its library in the wake of protests against racial injustice. Read on.
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Live From Space: NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy Talks About COVID-19, Racial Unrest

We are all human beings and we all have shared experiences. That’s the message from NASA astronaut and U.S. Navy Captain Chris Cassidy who called KNX 1070 News FROM space Thursday morning.
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Amazon Announces One-Year Ban on Police Using Its Facial Recognition Software

Amazon announced that it is banning police from using its facial recognition software for a year as pressure on companies mounts following the murder of George Floyd in police custody. Read more now.
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Netflix Launches ‘Black Lives Matter’ Collection of Movies and Shows

Netflix is launching a ‘Black Lives Matter’ collection that will highlight movies, shows and documentaries about the experience of black Americans.
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Where to Support Black-Owned Restaurants Nationwide

Many Americans are turning the spotlight on black-owned businesses amid calls for justice and support for the black community. Find a list of black-owned restaurants, eateries and bars here.
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Teachers Reach Out for Help to Get Books by Black Authors in Classroom

While watching the protests across the country after the death of George Floyd, one teacher wanted to take this opportunity to educate her classroom.
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George Floyd to Be Laid to Rest in Houston Today

Thousands are expected to pay their respects to George Floyd in Houston, Texas, over the next two days, starting with a public viewing on June 8, followed by a private funeral on June 9.
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Man Asks ‘Did I Miss Anything?’ After Emerging From 75-Day Isolated Retreat

It’s impossible to ignore what’s happening in our world, but one man did just that when he embarked on a 75-day isolated silent retreat in March and returned to a world with coronavirus and protests against police brutality. Read on.
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Tear Gas Could Increase Spread of Coronavirus Among Protesters, Experts Say

As crowds gather protesting amid a pandemic, some of the demonstrations have resulted in tear gas being used to disperse protestors. Experts warn its use could further the spread of coronavirus.
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Journalist Fired After Pretending to Board Up Building in Photo Op

A writer for the Washington Examiner was fired posing for a photo where she acted as if she was helping board up a vandalized building in Santa Monica amid the George Floyd protests.
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