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'How Do You Act As An Ally?': Students Near Minneapolis Lead Memorial For George Floyd03:14
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People carry posters with George Floyd on them as they march from the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)
People carry posters with George Floyd on them as they march from the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)

To mark the one-year anniversary of his death, memorials were held around the country Tuesday to recognize George Floyd's life with a moment of silence, including at St. Louis Park High School near Minneapolis.

Host Robin Young hears from members of the school group Students Organized for Anti-Racism, or SOAR, about the conversations they've been having with peers about advocating for change.

The St. Louis Park High School group Students Organized for Anti-Racism held a memorial for George Floyd on campus on May 25, exactly one year after his death. (Lee-Ann Stephens, SOAR Advisor)
The St. Louis Park High School group Students Organized for Anti-Racism held a memorial for George Floyd on campus on May 25, exactly one year after his death. (Lee-Ann Stephens, SOAR Advisor)

This segment aired on May 26, 2021.

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