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After Baton Rouge And Dallas, Boston 'Peace Walks' Take On New Significance20:48
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Police officers stand near the scene of where three police officers were killed on July 17, 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The suspect, identified as Gavin Long of Kansas City, is dead after killing three police officers and injuring three more. (Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Police officers stand near the scene of where three police officers were killed on July 17, 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The suspect, identified as Gavin Long of Kansas City, is dead after killing three police officers and injuring three more. (Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
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As the nation continued mourning the deaths of five police officers in Dallas, three officers in Baton Rouge were shot dead Sunday.

How do the deaths of police officers in Texas and Louisiana reverberate in the Massachusetts law enforcement community? And, what can be done to improve relations between police and Boston's African-American communities?

Guests

William Brooks, chief of the Norwood Police Department. He tweets @ChiefBrooksNPD.

Rev. Arthur Thomas Gerald Jr., pastor at Twelfth Baptist Church.

This segment aired on July 18, 2016.

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