Todd Wonders If Corporations Are Doing Enough, Can Activists Keep Up Pressure

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[See NewsBusters for more.] On Friday's MSNBC Live, host Chuck Todd worried with Nikole Hannah Jones of the New York Times and the 1619 Project fame, about what needs to be done to make sure the wave of activism does not simply fade away.

By activism, Todd was not just referring to advocating for police reform, but the sort of "bottom up" activism that could be seen at places like the Times.

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