Joe Biden promised to battle the "toxin and brutality" of racial oppression in America and censured Donald Trump's hesitance to denounce the conservative bigotry in plain view in Charlottesville,

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Virginia, in 2017, which prodded Biden to go against him for the presidency.

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The US president likewise called anew for Congress to accomplish other things to compel virtual entertainment organizations to address the spread of can't stand through their foundation.

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"Racial oppressors will not win when it's all said and done, and this venom and brutality cannot be the story of our time in recent memory."

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Biden spoke at a White House summit Thursday to push back against growing hate and injustice in the United States, titled United We Stand.

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He said that America has long faced "a line of defiance" against minority groups, which legislative issues and the media have given "a lot of oxygen" lately,

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He added: "We should actually shout [and] continue to make people realize that we're not like that."

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Initiative to Combat Contempt-Driven Brutality Announced by US President

Biden and his VP, Kamala Harris, spoke at the closing, which was attended by lawmakers from both parties and leading local lawmakers.

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