Minneapolis Urban League’s President Talks Trauma

In a commentary article in the Star Tribune, Steven Belton, President and CEO of the Minneapolis Urban League, shares his concern about compound trauma on the black community.

“The black community still is reeling and healing from the police killings of Jamar Clark and Philando Castile. These most recent events are familiar but unwelcome assaults on the collective sense of peace and well-being for African-Americans in the greater metropolitan area,” said Belton.

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