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  • New monument honors victims of Louisiana's Colfax Massacre

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‘All he wanted to do was get home,’ says Rev. Sharpton on Tyre Nichols

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Rev. Al Sharpton said it touched him when he heard Tyre Nichols calling for his mother while he was being beaten by police. Sharpton associated it with calling for home and said, “Every Black in America stands up every day trying to get home.”