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CBS News 27 Jul 2020

John Lewis Project founder on why it's time to rename Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge


The John Lewis Project founder Michael Starr Hopkins joins CBSN to discuss how a petition to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge started in his living room grew into a nationwide movement.

Roger McNamee, early Facebook investor and author of "Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe," says Mark Zuckerberg is too focused on "imposing his vision" to acknowledge the website's threat to national security.
Michael Holley and Michael Smith discuss why some call the NBA a 'Black league' when there aren't many Black coaches or owners in the league, while also reacting to the Bulls' hiring of Billy Donovan.
Malcolm Jenkins joins Michael Smith and Michael Holley to discuss his documentary "Black Boys," which is available on Peacock, and the NFL's protocols for COVID-19.
Matthew McConaughey, Academy Award-winning actor, weighs in on his book, ‘Greenlights,' the 2020 election and opens up about his family on ‘Fox & Friends.'

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