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A Town Called Victoria | Episode 1

Season 25 Episode 4 | 54m 41s

A south Texas town is thrown into the national spotlight when a local mosque is burned down in an apparent hate crime. After the media moves on, the community is left to reflect on its complex history with racism.

Aired: 11/12/23 | Expires: 04/13/24
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