The National Full Live Episode for June 21

Published on June 22, 2020 by

As National Indigenous Peoples Day is marked in Canada, Abigail Bimman speaks to experts and advocates on the systemic racism toward Indigenous peoples that persists to this day.

Catherine Urquhart reports on the resignation of the chair of the University of British Columbia’s board of governors after he liked a series of anti-Black Lives Matter tweets.

And, U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign kick-off in Tulsa, Okla. was far from the packed house that he’s used to. As Jennifer Johnson explains, it comes as he’s headed into another week of controversy with the release of John Bolton’s tell-all book.

Robin Gill reports on a stabbing rampage in the U.K. that killed three people, which authorities are calling a terrorist attack.

Plus, graduation season is now upon us, but without the ceremonies and parties for students to look forward to. Mike Drolet reports on how this year’s grads are getting creative to mark an important milestone amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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