Apology for systemic racism in Nova Scotia’s justice system
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Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil apologized for systemic racism in his province's justice system Tuesday. We talk to Black Nova Scotian Trayvone Clayton — who says he has been targeted by the police because of the colour of his skin, and actions speak louder than words — and Tony Ince, the province's minister of African Nova Scotian affairs.
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