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Activist: Police killings like 'managing a crisis within a crisis'

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Black Lives Matter activist and President of Campaign Zero, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, tells Ayman Mohyeldin that the COVID-19 crisis has not abated a rise in police-involved deaths, like the one in Minneapolis. Cunningham says we must work to prevent the "fraternity of families" who have lost loved ones to police violence from expanding even further.