Golden Valley mayor, City Council apologize for history of discrimination in city

As protests against racism and injustice continue nationwide, Golden Valley’s mayor and City Council last week issued a public letter acknowledging the city’s history of discrimination against people of color and apologizing to two black residents in particular who were mistreated by police.

MPR News guest host Phil Picardi talked with Golden Valley City Council Member Maurice Harris about the letter, and what comes next.

Click the play button above to listen to their conversation.

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