To Protect and Serve Part 2: Community Perspectives – July 30, 2020

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Three local perspectives about race and policing. Speakers are Jordan Chaney, just named to the Governor’s task force on race and policing; community activist Leo Perales; and Pasco Police Chief Ken Roske. What has changed since Antonio Zambrano-Montes was killed in downtown Pasco, February 2015? What has improved? What has not? What needs attention right away?
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