Reflections on a year of racial reckoning | CITIZEN by CNN

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CNN’s W. Kamau Bell, Laura Coates and Sara Sidner join Don Lemon for a discussion about race in America and the future of police reform following a year of protests sparked by the death of George Floyd.

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