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Amid national push for police reform, Native people feel left out of conversation

Amid ongoing police reform efforts in the U.S., Native American activists say they’ve often been left out of the conversation. But more than three years after the police murder of George Floyd, there’s a renewed push in places like Minneapolis for awareness and change around law enforcement interactions with Native communities. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.

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