Following the funeral of Daunte Wright, president of the National Action Network Revered Al Sharpton discusses how Daunte Wright’s family and the families of many other African Americans killed by police want to turn their pain into real change. Aired on 04/22/2021.
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Rev. Al Sharpton Says Daunte Wright’s Family ‘Wanted The World To Know That They Wanted Real Change’