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If you're afraid to call them out, call any of us," she said referencing present activist group members.
Young and old, they've been in dangerous standoffs — with the opposition or with police garbed in riot gear — while defending populations targeted by hate.
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Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers played, respectively, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson on Thursday.
S44 E18 Recap The two presidents rose … Because you have it. But if you want to talk about owning slaves, you should really be talking to Thomas Jefferson.”This wasn’t well-received by Jefferson, as Meyers immediately interrupted.
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