Kara McCullough, who represented for D.C., won the Miss USA pageant, and raised some eyebrows when she was asked whether she thought healthcare is a fundamental human right or a privilege.”I’m definitely going to say it’s a privilege,” she said and caused quite a bit of a stir in the process.
So Monie Love posed the question to listeners: is healthcare a fundamental human right that everyone, without question, should have, or a privilege for those who can afford it? Click on the audio player above and below to hear the discussion in this exclusive clip from the “Ed Lover Show.”
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Thousands Protest During #MillionsMarchNYC Against Police Brutality
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1. Thousands march together on their way to the NYPD headquarters.
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2. Thousands gather near the NYPD headquarters.
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3. A protester holds up a sign to stop police brutality.
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4. Kevin Liles, Russell Simmons, and Nas help lead the march in NYC.
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5. Protestors march up 5th Avenue.
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6. Thousands gather in Washington Square Park before marching uptown.
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7. Protestors lead by holding up a ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner.
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8. Picketed versions of the victims of police brutality are held up during the march.
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9. The Brooklyn Bridge gets shut down by protestors.
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10. A protestor holds up a focused ‘We Demand Justice’ sign
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11. Santa Con participants face the interrupting protests happening through the streets.
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12. An artist participates in the protest through creative expression.
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13. Thousands of different ethnicities and ages come together for the protests.
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14. Thousands gather in Washington Square Park before the march.
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15. A protestor marches while in chains.
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16. Thousands march up 5th Avenue.
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17. Thousands march up 5th Avenue towards Union Square.
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