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As protests continue across the country over the police-involved death of George Floyd, many local leaders are looking to what’s next for their community.

Gladys Muhammad, who spent the better part of the last 50 years advocating for justice and reform in South Bend, says she was in tears when saw what had happened to Floyd just one week ago.

Muhammad says she is not surprised by the reaction from people who continue to protest and while she condemns the looting and the rioting, it all has stemmed from the anger that has built up from generation to generation regarding racism that continues in America.

Despite spending most of her life advocating against racism in her community, Muhammad says she can still taste it in people’s hearts.

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