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The State of Our Schools

Stephen Henderson talks with Erin Einhorn of NBC News and Chastity Pratt, Education Bureau Chief at The Wall Street Journal, about the biggest issues facing not only local districts but also nationwide as students go back to school.

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How COVID-19 is changing college for good

Christy talks with New York Times bestselling author and higher education journalist, Jeffrey Selingo, about how changes to higher ed during COVID-19 could influence how students think about college going forward.

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Do Black Lives Matter in America?

In an ongoing collaboration, American Black Journal and BridgeDetroit present a series of reports on issues threatening the lives of people of color and the groups advocating to protect them.

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  • Lawmakers pay respects to Ginsburg, 1st woman to lie in state in U.S. Capitol

    The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg broke two barriers Friday, becoming the first woman and the first Jewish American to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol. Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt, the wife of a former Ginsburg law clerk, eulogized her as changing "the course of American law." House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Joe and Jill Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris also attended. John Yang reports.

  • News Wrap: Breonna Taylor's family demands grand jury transcripts

    In our news wrap Friday, Breonna Taylor's family demanded Louisville officials release transcripts from grand jury proceedings over whether to charge police in her death. Kentucky's attorney general said officers had acted in self-defense, after Taylor's boyfriend fired first. Also, the U.S. federal government has executed a Black inmate for the first time in nearly 20 years.

  • Trump moves to open Tongass National Forest for logging, to environmentalists' dismay

    During his first term, President Trump has rolled back or weakened more than 100 environmental regulations. On Friday, his administration moved to open up the country's largest national forest for development. Alaska's Tongass National Forest has been called "America's Amazon," and it absorbs about 8 percent of U.S. carbon dioxide emissions. Amna Nawaz talks to The New York Times' Coral Davenport.