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Has Baltimore changed since Freddie Gray's death?

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Maryland voters are headed to the polls one year after the death of Freddie Gray. MSNBC's Craig Melvin talks to residents about the issues of race and equality ahead of the primary and whether the city has changed since Freddie Gray's death.