How entrenched is systemic racism in the U.S.?

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For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video In America, protests against the police killing of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor earlier this year have put race in the spotlight. Why has the issue taken so long to come to a head? How entrenched is systemic racism in the U.S.? Will race prove key in the upcoming election? Guests: MARGARET KIMBERLEY Senior Columnist, Black Agenda Report PROF. LI JINZHAO Beijing Foreign Studies University

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