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One year since George Floyd's murder, what has changed?

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BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) —  One year later, how much has changed? 

Ahmaud Arbery, Christian Cooper, George Floyd, Duante Wright. Those are just a few names of Black Americans who many believe were targeted solely because of their race. 

 

One year after the murder of George Floyd, Black America is still fighting for racial justice. 

 

Minnesota state Representative Esther Agbaje and United States Senator Ben Cardin (Maryland) join Dr. Kaye to discuss racial equity, police misconduct and how much or little has changed in one year. 

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Today with Dr. Kaye: 5-25-21- Hour 2

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