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  • Supporters of Black Lives Matter gather to react to recent shootings

    Dozens of community members gathered outside the police station at Prospect and 27th Street in Kansas City to vent, express anger, call for peace and support one another after the recent deaths of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota by police and the deaths of five law enforcement officers in Dallas.

Dozens of community members gathered outside the police station at Prospect and 27th Street in Kansas City to vent, express anger, call for peace and support one another after the recent deaths of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota by police and the deaths of five law enforcement officers in Dallas. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Dozens of community members gathered outside the police station at Prospect and 27th Street in Kansas City to vent, express anger, call for peace and support one another after the recent deaths of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota by police and the deaths of five law enforcement officers in Dallas. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

After Dallas shootings, message is clear at KC area gatherings: The killing should stop

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