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Racism in America: Will we see change?

Racism is persistent and pervasive in America’s history and present, but what about its future?

US correspondent Cordelia Lynch reflects on whether the US has reached a true turning point, with promises of institutional reform starting to come into effect, and the upcoming trial of Derek Chauvin throwing George Floyd‘s tragic killing into the spotlight once more.

All this in the context of Oprah’s explosive Harry and Meghan interview, where allegations of racism within the British royal family caused waves on both sides of the Atlantic.

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