Orangeburg Massacre bowling alley gets restored; Sri Lanka faces political turmoil
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Monday, 11 July
In 1968, the National Guard fired into a peaceful protest in Orangeburg, South Carolina, leaving three dead and nearly two dozen others wounded. The protests broke out after a bowling alley — which is now being restored to commemorate the tragedy — refused to desegregate. Center for Creative Partnerships president Ellen Zisholtz and lawyer Bakari Sellers join us. And, Sri Lanka president Gotabaya Rajapaksa agreed to resign on Wednesday after weekend-long demonstrations over food and fuel shortages. Reporter Menaka Indrakumar explores what's next for the country.