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Ark Republic News Episode 3

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Been a minute, but we’re back with the jump off. The Ark Republic news jump off that is, where we give you information on today’s headlines.

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Dem primary wins, lawmakers must deliver, and HR Karens go wrong: Weekly check in with Lisa Durden

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In another Lisa Durden weekly check in, we dive into Tuesday primaries, politics and those Karens who are not so, diversity equity and inclusion (DEI). Plus, we checked the pulse of Trump.

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‘Racist legacy’ of New Jersey worsens the economic disparities in a post-Covid 19 recovery

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A global pandemic exacerbates economic fissures caused by generations of racialized inequities.

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Protest art in the time of pain and rage | Photo Story

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With protests comes protests art. This story captures some of the visual art that creates the current movement against anti-Black violence and racism.

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House approves landmark legislation for Washington D.C. statehood, Senate shuts it down

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Historic vote marks the first time a chamber of Congress has backed legislation to make the country’s capital a state. 

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Tri-state orders stricter travel measures for visitors from Covid-19 hotspots

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States that were the hardest hit in the initial wave of coronavirus, are now hard press to remain healthy.

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Texas governor rounds up residents in halt to reopen state after spike in Covid-19 infections

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Increase of Covid-19 cases in the Lone Star State causes a Texas hold’em.

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Hard fight in Kentucky Democratic primaries illuminates candidate promise to dethrone Mitch McConnell

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While votes are being counted in Kentucky, Rep. Charles Booker says his movement of essential workers already won. But the ultimate check mate is unseating Republican Rep. McConnell.

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Young Latino, Black candidates take four important primaries in New York

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Primaries in four districts that are Democratic strongholds see a possible pending shift in the political voice

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