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Democratic Congressman James Clyburn joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the life and legacy of the late John Lewis as well as the violence in Portland, Oregon. Then Hong Kong pro-democracy activist and politician Nathan Law unpacks the new national security law introduced by Beijing and how he was forced to flee his home. But Alan Hoo, vice chair of the Hong Kong Liberal Party, pushes back and defends the controversial law. Our Michel Martin speaks to Zerlina Maxwell, author of “The End of White Politics”, about why Joe Biden should pick a black woman as his running mate. And finally – we tell you about the ground-breaking coronavirus vaccine developed in Oxford that is offering up some hope for the future.
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