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(Flickr / CC 2.0) It was another busy week in election 2016, but presidential campaigns were overshadowed largely by a renewed focus on racial inequality and police violence, as protests—some peaceful, some not—spread across the country. Hillary Clinton took time to sit down with comedian Zach Galifianakis, while Donald Trump responded (poorly) to the issue of police violence.
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