Wichita (Kan.) police officer Aaron Moses and Black Lives Matters activist A.J. Bohannon take a selfie during a recent community barbecue organized to build trust.
Wichita (Kan.) police officer Aaron Moses and Black Lives Matters activist A.J. Bohannon take a selfie during a recent community barbecue organized to build trust. Courtesy of A.J. Bohannon The Washington Post
Wichita (Kan.) police officer Aaron Moses and Black Lives Matters activist A.J. Bohannon take a selfie during a recent community barbecue organized to build trust. Courtesy of A.J. Bohannon The Washington Post

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