A "Black Lives Matter" protest in Washington, D.C. on July, 9, 2016.

A "Black Lives Matter" protest in Washington, D.C. on July, 9, 2016.

Last week’s police-involved shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota, along with the shootings of police officers in Texas, sent shockwaves across the entire country. It’s “your turn” to join the conversation about where the D.C. region fits into the reinvigorated national debate about race, community policing and accountability.

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  • Eugene Puryear Organizer, Stop Police Terror Project; Author of “Shackled and Chained: Mass Incarceration in Capitalist America"

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