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February 3, 2021 29 min

Free Speech for People's John Bonifaz: Republicans Who Refuse to Hold Trump Accountable for Insurrection Must Answer to History

Yale University School of Public Health's Dr. Robert Hecht: COVID Vaccination Equity in US and World, Critical to Controlling the Pandemic 

Earthjustice's Moneen Nasmith: Line 3 Tar Sands Pipeline Project Target of Renewed International Opposition

Bob Nixon's Under-reported News Summary

  • Hundreds in Haiti protest to demand Moise's resignation
  • After two months of war, Ethiopia's Tigray people starving
  • Hunts Point food workers' strike is just the beginning
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