Almanac North - April 23, 2021: NAACP, Disabled & COVID. Voices of the Region

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Video Summary

Duluth NAACP President Classie Dudley talks about the guilty verdicts in the Derek Chauvin murder trial and the NAACP's demands for reform in the Duluth Police Department's use of force. Well-known Duluth musician and disability rights activist Gaelynn Lea talks about her concerns that persons with disabilities may not be receiving fair health treatment during the pandemic. Danielle Kaeding from Wisconsin Public Radio is our guest on "Voices of the Region". And we remember former Vice President and life-long Minnesotan Walter Mondale.

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