MSNBC presents race-centered town hall event

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    The May 29 town hall, hosted by Chris Hayes and Joy Reid will explore the current state of race relations in America through the prism of several recent events.

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    MSNBC presents town hall event, “Everyday Racism in America”

    MSNBC will present a race-centered town hall event, “Everyday Racism in America,” moderated by MSNBC hosts Chris Hayes and Joy Reid on Tuesday, May 29 at 8 pm ET in Philadelphia at the Prince Theater.

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