Civil Rights Leaders Demanding To Meet With POTUS On Gun Violence Prevention

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In this image taken from video, Rev. Al Sharpton speaks during a news conference by Gov. Kathy Hochul, Wednesday, May 18, 2022, in New York. New York would require state police to seek court orders to keep guns away from people who might pose a threat to themselves or others under a package of executive orders and gun control bills touted Wednesday by Hochul in the aftermath of a racist attack on a Buffalo supermarket. (Office of the Governor of New York via AP)
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Civil rights leaders are demanding to meet with President Biden in the wake of the Buffalo mass shooting. On Morning Joe, Reverend Al Sharpton expressed that we need a White House summit — we need to set a national strategy on how we deal with hate and how we hold those accountable who harm other in the name of hate.

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