Castro: New Federal Data On Racial Inequity Of COVID-19 Is ‘Appalling, Tragic And Infuriating |MSNBC

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Published on 7 Jul 2020, 4:22
Julián Castro, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Obama administration and former mayor of San Antonio, Texas, tells Lawrence O'Donnell that new federal data showing that Latino and Black people are three times as likely to become infected with coronavirus as white people show that "the community that has suffered the most, has also been asked to do the most.” Aired on 7/6/2020.
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Castro: New Federal Data On Racial Inequity Of COVID-19 Is ‘Appalling, Tragic And Infuriat | MSNBC
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