President Joe Biden has proposed using some of the $2 trillion of his infrastructure plan to repair harm done to America’s minority communities when highways were originally built through them. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro has the story of one such example from Minnesota’s capital, St. Paul, where the ReConnect Rondo project wants to build a land bridge to support the Black community.
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