JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Action News Jax and 104.5 WOKV are starting a conversation to heal our city.
We’re bringing together community advocates and the city’s top leaders for a raw, open discussion about how to make Jacksonville a better place. The following panelists took place in the discussion:
- Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry
- State Attorney Melissa Nelson
- Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams
- Christina Kittle with the Jacksonville Community Action Committee
- Ben Frazier with the Northside Coalition
- Local attorney and community advocate Leslie Scott Jean-Bart
Watch the Action News Jax special “Time For Change: Racism, Policing and Reform in Jax.”
You can watch this special by viewing the video above, on the Action News Jax app or the Action News Jax NOW app for Amazon Fire, Apple TV and Roku.
You guys. If you’re interested in race relations, policing and reform in Jax please watch @ActionNewsJax at 6 today for our Town Hall. No commercials. Candid. Gets heated. There’s understanding, raw emotion. It’s good. It’s needed. @TenikkaANjax pic.twitter.com/MdqXqO6nQP— Letisha Bereola (@LetishaANjax) June 10, 2020
Mayor @lennycurry along with City leaders and community organizers participated in "Time For A Change," a discussion about local race relations, police budgets, body camera footage and many other topics.— City of Jacksonville (COJ) (@CityofJax) June 10, 2020
Watch it tonight at 6pm on @ActionNewsJax or on the radio @WOKVNews pic.twitter.com/M8fepgMv99
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