Amanpour: Giuseppe Sala, LaToya Cantrell, Sarah Longwell and Mehrsa Baradaran

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Mayors Giuseppe Sala and LaToya Cantrell, of Milan and New Orleans respectively, join Christiane Amanpour to discuss how their cities are dealing with coronavirus pandemic. They reveal their agenda for a green and just recovery after covid. Groups like Republican Voters Against Trump are trying to convince party members to abandon the president. The co-founder Sarah Longwell talks candidly about her hopes for the November election. Then our Michel Martin speaks to Mehrsa Baradaran, law professor and author of “The Color of Money”, about how black communities have been systemically shut out of the banking system causing a vast racial wealth gap. And finally, since slave trader Edward Colston’s statue was toppled in Bristol, his plinth has stood empty. We explain how an artist has now replaced it with a symbol of the black lives matter movement.

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