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www.axios.com: America's reckoning on race highlights the slow wheels of justice

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The murder of George Floyd and the protests that followed fueled hope that the U.S. might finally reckon with systemic racism.

The murder of George Floyd and the protests that followed fueled hope that the U.S. might finally reckon with systemic racism.

Puerto Ricans joined the Black Lives Matter protest in New York.

Navajo activists in Gallup, New Mexico, and Mexican Americans in Laredo, Texas, organized demonstrations in support of Black Lives Matter.

Following the Civil Rights Movement and President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society programs to tackle poverty, the nation turned to President Richard Nixon to elevate “law and order” over civil rights.

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