Activists Fight to Preserve Street Art Made in the Wake of George Floyd's Death

In the weeks and months following George Floyd’s death, art served as a form of protest and remembrance — first in his home city of Minneapolis and then around the world. Today, activists are fighting to preserve some of the impromptu works of street art painted on the plywood that boarded up businesses around the city during the protests. NBCLX storyteller Jalyn Henderson reports from Minneapolis.