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KDVR-TV Airs ‘Racism and Reform: Seeking Solutions’

Topic: Racial Issues and Equality
Posted on 6/13/2020

Nexstar’s Fox affiliate KDVR-TV Denver FOX31 hosted an exclusive live virtual Town Hall meeting, “Racism and Reform: Seeking Solutions” on June 16. The discussion addressed recent protests, the police response and potential solutions. Participants included Denver Mayor Michael Hancock (D); Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen; Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock; Colorado State Representative Leslie Herod (D-8th District); Tay Anderson, Denver Board of Education At-large; Brian Sederwall, Pastor and Executive Director of Denver Dream Center; Rev. Dr. Jennifer Leath, Pastor of Campbell Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church; and Civil Rights Attorney Mari Newmann.

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