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Grief and anger in Buffalo as nation mourns racist attack

Clip: 05/20/2022 | 15m 1s | Video has closed captioning.

In Buffalo, an alleged gunman driven by white supremacist ideology murdered 10 people and injured three more at a supermarket. Most of the victims were Black, making it one of the deadliest racist massacres in recent American history. President Biden traveled to Buffalo to grieve with the community as the House passed a bill to tackle domestic terrorism that has yet to gain Senate approval.

Aired: 05/20/22

Rating: NR

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