Prosecutors this week declined to charge a white Minneapolis police officer in the fatal shooting of a Black man, Amir Locke. It comes nearly two years after the murder of George Floyd. Those killings have forced parents to grapple with how to talk to kids about racism and policing. Fred de Sam Lazaro looks at “Something Happened in our Town,” a book-turned-play helping with those conversations.
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