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One Texas doctor who wore a mask in a hallway after treating a man in respiratory distress was suspended and got this text from his boss: “UR WEARING IT DOWN A PUBLIC HALL. THERES NO MORE WUHAN VIRUS IN THE HALLS AT THE HOSPITAL THAN WALMART. MAYBE LESS.”

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Protestors climbed atop the @CNN  sign outside the network's HQ in Atlanta, CNN Center, and spray painted messages on the sign. Live pictures from WGCL:

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1/2 America has been conditioned to fear black people since slavery. A black man, uncomfortably getting out of his car, questioning why he’s being arrested is now perceived as life-threatening. You can’t stop police brutality without stopping the dehumanization of black people

2/2 I have seen it in wars overseas. When you dehumanize people and cultures, you preemptively ingrain and justify any action, no matter how brutal, against them because they are always perceived negatively. The US has to stop depriving black people positive human qualities

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The protest then headed to in front of the White House. A protester was taken by the USSS in front of Pennsylvania Ave into an adjacent federal building. Unclear what he did.A couple men then splintered off from the group and spray painted “F*ck Trump” on the building. @CBSNews 

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