U.S. human rights violations: Do all lives really matter in the U.S.?

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    Twenty-three UN human rights experts recently issued a joint statement calling on the U.S. to act on police violence and systematic racism. What prompted the statement? How bad is racism in the U.S.? And after a tumultuous few years, how will President Joe Biden heal the nation, physically and psychologically?

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