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  • Joshua Johnson, Trymaine Lee re-examine racial justice in 2021

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Rayshard Brooks vows to ‘keep going until I make it’ in interview before his death

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The interview with Rayshard Brooks was done by Reconnect last February as a part of a project that speaks with individuals on probation or parole about their encounters with the criminal justice system.