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With the Winter Games kicking off with men’s short program figure skating, NBC News’ Joshua Johnson reports on how some skaters of color say the sport can be both exclusive and expensive. U.S. Figure Skating Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Kadari Taylor-Watson joins the show to discuss diversity on ice.