Around 250 community members attended a town hall on race issues and policing Tuesday night at Westside Church of God in southwest Fresno. The Rev. Booker T. Lewis II of Rising Star Baptist Church raises his hand asking people in the audience to commit to participate in a future forum.
Around 250 community members attended a town hall on race issues and policing Tuesday night at Westside Church of God in southwest Fresno. The Rev. Booker T. Lewis II of Rising Star Baptist Church raises his hand asking people in the audience to commit to participate in a future forum. Andrea Castillo acastillo@fresnobee.com
Around 250 community members attended a town hall on race issues and policing Tuesday night at Westside Church of God in southwest Fresno. The Rev. Booker T. Lewis II of Rising Star Baptist Church raises his hand asking people in the audience to commit to participate in a future forum. Andrea Castillo acastillo@fresnobee.com

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