Bryson White, a minister with Saint Rest Baptist Church and an organizer with Faith in Community, a network of about 20 local churches, said night walks are scheduled every month so the organization can hear from residents who have felt their area has been over-policed while they suffer from housing inequality and environmental degradation.
Bryson White, a minister with Saint Rest Baptist Church and an organizer with Faith in Community, a network of about 20 local churches, said night walks are scheduled every month so the organization can hear from residents who have felt their area has been over-policed while they suffer from housing inequality and environmental degradation. Fresno Bee file
Bryson White, a minister with Saint Rest Baptist Church and an organizer with Faith in Community, a network of about 20 local churches, said night walks are scheduled every month so the organization can hear from residents who have felt their area has been over-policed while they suffer from housing inequality and environmental degradation. Fresno Bee file

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