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Los Angeles builds restorative justice village to advance racial equality


As Americans watch the Derek Chauvin trial unfold, cities are thinking of new ways to bring racial justice through social services. Los Angeles County is scrapping a plan to build a new prison and investing in affordable housing medical services and job training instead. NBC News’ Simone Boyce reports on the restorative justice village. Update: The housing is now expected to cost $57 million.