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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento leaders want more long term funding made for underserved communities.

The Black Child Legacy Campaign and local leaders held a news conference Friday to address their concerns after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and 5-year-old Ziyon Butler at Discovery Park.

“We die multiple times,” said Pastor Les Simmons of South Sacramento Christian Center. “We’ve seen the deaths in our community… from the impact of the virus [and] the lack of consistent support for economic recovery.”

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