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How New Orleans’ Mayor Was Inspired to Take Down Confederate Monuments by a Jazz Great

Mitch Landrieu explains how a question from old friend Wynton Marsalis spurred his reckoning with the city’s monuments on National Geographic’s America Inside Out with Katie Couric.
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