Nikole Hannah-Jones won’t blurb Sarah Sabo’s Christopher Columbus children’s book

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Published on July 7, 2020

New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones stops by Inside the Hill to discuss the controversial history of Independence Day, reparations, and Sarah Sabo’s children’s book about Christopher Columbus. Watch the full segment on CBS All Access. #TOTN #TooningOut

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14 comments

  • Pablo Viejo 1 month ago

    Ups

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  • zaccready18 1 month ago

    yups

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  • Opus 313 1 month ago

    There’s a few rich perverts that are very scared right now!

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  • Victoria Ng 1 month ago

    here at 180 views

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  • Richard Nunez 1 month ago

    Damn, this clip was good! I loved the run down of racial injustice.

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  • Kyla Armstrong-Benjamin 1 month ago

    Robot army?
    Wtf?😂😂😂

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  • Michael Callas 1 month ago

    I love this. I really, really love this. In fact, I signed up for CBS’ app just got this and The Good Fight because Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald give me LIFE.

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  • debicadude 1 month ago

    Does she srsly think that white people owe her something haha thats the problem right there.

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  • Samora S. 1 month ago

    2:09 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Teddy’s my new favorite.

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  • handy864 1 month ago

    I don’t think all these statues should be torn down how the protesters have been doing it because the falling sculptures could injure people. I think they should be carefully removed and put in a museum next to a list of all the people’s crimes and if Representatives will not allow them to be removed from public places we list all those people’s crimes next to their statues anyways along with a list of all the representatives who agree with those crimes and refused to remove the statue. I see no reason for people who dislike genocidal Human Rights violators should be harmed while removing symbols of that sort. but I see every reason for these monuments to be cared for and stand in the museum of infamy and every politician who tries to stop that should be documented and identified to the voters so that they may be fired.

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  • Christian Xander James 1 month ago

    Just like her dad. A disgusting criminal, only 700 pounds lighter.

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  • Dano Duncan 1 month ago

    MANO !!!… this has GOT to be run as an ad in the retarded states !… x’D

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  • Frankie Brockway 1 month ago

    The virus is here and we do have to live with it. Oh lord, I’m agreeing with Trump.

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  • Mr. painful Truth 1 month ago

    Sadly this cartoon is not far from the truth about society and the media today. What happens when parody and reality BECOME HARDER TO DISCERN ?

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