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9 Amazing Moments from Liz Warren's Speech Attacking Racist Policing, Voter Suppression and Predatory Economics

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The federal government must act to stop police and societal violence against African-Americans, abolish race-based barriers to voting rights, and curtail racist businesses from perpetuating economic injustices, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA, said Sunday in a major speech at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute.

“We should use our powers not to create conditions of oppression that lead to violence, but conditions of freedom that lead to peace,” Warren began, quoting Kennedy’s first U.S. Senate speech championing the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 

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