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PBS NewsHour live episode, May 31, 2021


Monday on the NewsHour, honoring those who gave all for our country, while celebrating the chance to gather once again for Memorial Day. Then, looking at the painful past and how the racial terror of the Tulsa massacre still resonates 100 years later. And, a new museum strives to remember — but not glorify —the toll of war.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
As COVID restrictions ease, here’s how the country marked Memorial Day

News Wrap: Miami Manhunt for 3 banquet hall shooters continues

How a racist white mob ruined ‘Black Wall Street’ 100 years ago

Tulsa’s Black community still waiting for ‘atonement, repair and respect’

Why this Indianapolis school district will keep remote learning on the table this fall

Amy Walter and Errin Haines on Texas voting law, filibuster rules, Biden agenda
https://youtu.be/AEgjJ-EndZw 
The dangers of reporting from Russia during the Cold War

Massachusetts museum tells the hulking history of wars

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