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Tuesday on the NewsHour, the anniversary of the Tulsa massacre renews calls to address the massive and widening racial wealth gap in the U.S. Then, Latin America sees huge spikes in COVID cases across the region after an explosion of cases in Brazil. And, questions arise about applications and tuition for community colleges amid a precipitous drop in enrollment, especially among students of color.
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News Wrap: JBS meat plants downed globally after cyberattack
Biden makes history with Tulsa visit
What would reparations for Black Americans look like?
COVID is driving political, economic crises in Latin America
How community colleges are retooling to raise enrollment
The ‘enormous’ pressures of professional sports
Adichie on being unprepared for the ‘pain of absence’
Cleveland barbershop offers haircut, and a COVID-19 vaccine
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