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L.A. Police Holds 'Day of Dialogue' Confronting Abuse

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L.A. Police Holds 'Day of Dialogue' Confronting Abuse

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L.A. Police Holds 'Day of Dialogue' Confronting Abuse

L.A. Police Holds 'Day of Dialogue' Confronting Abuse

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NPR's Mandalit del Barco reports from Los Angeles on Thursday's "day of dialogue," where Los Angeles Police Department officials and city leaders held more than two dozen discussion groups with community members to ease tensions over recent incidents of alleged police abuse.

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