NPR – Bernie Sanders met with African-American civic and religious leaders in Baltimore and toured the neighborhood where Freddie Gray was arrested Tuesday. Sanders has been reaching out to African-Americans since he faced harsh criticism from Black Lives Matter activists in July.
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