Community voices on the aftermath of George Floyd's killing

A large memorial with flowers as seen from above.
Flowers, mementos and other words written in chalk are part of memorial for George Floyd at Chicago Avenue in south Minneapolis on Tuesday, near where Floyd died in police custody.
Aaron Lavinsky | Star Tribune file

Black voices have historically been silenced, marginalized or ignored. In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, MPR News guest host Marianne Combs made space to listen to and amplify black voices and experiences.

In a continuation of a conversation on Sunday, Combs welcomed a lineup of guests — people who have been working on racial equity for years and who have been in the streets supporting their communities in the past week — to talk racial injustice, police brutality and how we can move forward together.

Guests:

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