Los Angeles builds restorative justice village to advance racial equality03:59
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.