African American women with children affected by George Floyd’s death

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When George Floyd lay dying on the street under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, he called out for his mother. That made it even more difficult for African American women with sons and daughters. Arizona Horizon’s Allysa Adams spoke with Debora Colbert, interim executive director of a local organization called “The Black Mothers Forum.”

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