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27 Mar, 2020 06:12

The race for a coronavirus cure (200th Episode: Correspondents’ Panel)

Naomi Karavani pilots the 200th episode of Redacted Tonight VIP. She opens the show with Lee Camp and Anders Lee on a panel. They discuss the coronavirus’ impacts around the world, some of the upsides of this economic downturn, the rise of eco-fascist logic, the census, and the return of Martin Shkreli. Naomi looks into the president’s responsibility for the extent of the pandemic and the race for a vaccine. Natalie McGill finishes off the show with a report on the first black woman known to have served in the US armed services: Cathay Williams. Williams enlisted in the 1860s.

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