Center Alternative School teacher James Bridgeford II and three of his advisory class students were part of a conversation with Kansas City police officers about how teens should react when they have an encounter with police. Two of the students were Corey Smith (left) and Tyrese Gully.
Center Alternative School teacher James Bridgeford II and three of his advisory class students were part of a conversation with Kansas City police officers about how teens should react when they have an encounter with police. Two of the students were Corey Smith (left) and Tyrese Gully. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
Center Alternative School teacher James Bridgeford II and three of his advisory class students were part of a conversation with Kansas City police officers about how teens should react when they have an encounter with police. Two of the students were Corey Smith (left) and Tyrese Gully. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

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