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A tough new law in Hungary allows migrants to be detained indefinitely — housed in shipping containers — until their cases are heard. Plus, we look at Iowa’s wind power industry, and how it could be affected by Trump’s latest executive order. We also sit down with Parker Bright, the 24 year-old artist who staged a protest at the Whitney Biennial. Over the course of two days, Bright, wearing a t-shirt that read “Black Death Spectacle” stood in front of a painting by Dana Schutz, a white artist who had painted an image of Emmett Till’s dead body.
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