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Code Switch On Dallas, Philando Castile And Alton Sterling

Dallas police and residents stand near the scene where officers were shot and killed on Thursday in Dallas. Ron Jenkins/Getty Images hide caption

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Dallas police and residents stand near the scene where officers were shot and killed on Thursday in Dallas.

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Code Switch is covering the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and several police officers in Dallas. Here's where to find us, and how to contribute to our reporting.

We'll be following this story closely on social media; you can find us on Twitter at @NPRCodeSwitch.

Code Switch reporter Adrian Florido is in Falcon Ridge, where Philando Castile was killed; he's on Twitter at @adrianflorido. MPR, a Minnesota member station, is covering the story at @MPRnews. NPR's Caitlin Dickerson is in Baton Rouge, where Alton Sterling was killed; she's @itscaitlinhd. WNNO, a Louisiana member station, is covering the story and is at @WNNO.

Code Switch's Kat Chow and Leah Donnella want to hear from folks in or from Dallas who can share their thoughts and feelings on Thursday night's attack on local law enforcement officers during an anti-police brutality protest. You can find them on Twitter at @katchow and @askleezul. You can follow the staff of KERA, NPR's Dallas member station, at @keranews and on this list.

Gene Demby is writing about the long-term emotional and mental health impacts of repeatedly seeing unarmed black folks get killed by police officers who rarely face consequences. We'd love to hear from you on this issue; tweet us at @NPRCodeSwitch.

And we want to know: what are people saying about these shootings, and about race and policing in America, in your communities? Tweet at us, or email us at codeswitch@npr.org.