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Wishing a happy Father’s Day to all the dads, new and old, today.

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Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, told CBC chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton that Canadians need to talk about the past and embrace reconciliation in order to create a future that is respectful of Indigenous history. @RosieBarton 

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Watch this special edition on Yoga, with @YogaTakGarimaB  and @Akshita_Nfrom  6 AM onwards, June 21 only on India Today TV. #Promo  #YogaDay 

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I was so proud to meet Marielis today at the Seventh Heaven Street Fair in Brooklyn. She’s a Dreamer who just graduated from college. This Senate will keep moving forward on #HR6  to work for a pathway to citizenship for our Dreamers.

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Wales are down to 10 men in Rome after Chelsea defender Ethan Ampadu is sent off for a stamp on Bernardeschi#WAL 

@wesyang  Not just grit or individualism, Kendi says the idea that some do better than others in school is a racist concept and we shouldn’t try to measure literacy. https://

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The accused El Paso shooter who killed 23 people said the 2019 attack was "in response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas." Almost two years later, Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick described immigrants crossing the border as an "invasion.”

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