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The Black Lives Matter movement explained

New Yorkers take to the streets in protest against the police killing of two black men, in July Image: REUTERS/Darren Ornitz

Alem Tedeneke
Media Lead, Canada, Latin America and Sustainable Development Goals, World Economic Forum
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