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How Timberwolves want to lead fight against racial inequality after George Floyd's death

USATODAY.com Friday, 12 June 2020
How Timberwolves want to lead fight against racial inequality after George Floyd's deathAfter George Floyd was killed in their home city, the Timberwolves want their efforts go beyond supporting any player who wants to protest.
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U.S. Representative Al Green of Texas said on Tuesday that, in the wake of George Floyd's death, "we have got to have reconciliation" and called for the creation of a new government office to handle race relations with African Americans.

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