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Evansville neighbors and police officers discuss racial tension and fear

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In an effort to build relationships between police officers and the African-American community, the Uniting Evansville organization started conversations about race relations in our city. 

Information on police protocol, law enforcement, civilian education and community support were offered at the event to anyone interested. 

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Mayor LLoyd Winnecke talks to police officers and the community about race relations in Evansville.

More community discussions are set for the future, according to the Uniting Evansville organization.  

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Some shared their experiences with the rest of the community.

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Organizer and founder of Young and Established Courtney Johnson (right) and Officer Josh (left) talk about their community relationship.

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