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What is your level of anxiety following the shootings of police officers and civilians?

“There’s hate on both sides, and that has to come to a stop. This all feels as if we’re going backwards. We need to learn to love and respect each other.”

William Riley

“I feel nervous about having a confrontation, but, at the end of the day, it’s all about how you respond to that confrontation. Police face intense stress, and we have to keep in mind that we’re all human.”

Mark Bryant,

400 block of Moore Street

“We need comprehensive gun reform. I don’t think officers should be shooting first. It’s really sad when I can say that I’m lucky to be white.”

Joe Cox,

600 block of Tasker Street

“There’s hate on both sides, and that has to come to a stop. This all feels as if we’re going backwards. We need to learn to love and respect each other.”

William Riley,

1100 block of Wharton Street

Interviews by Joseph Myers Photos by Tina Garceau

“We need comprehensive gun reform. I don’t think officers should be shooting first. It’s really sad when I can say that I’m lucky to be white.”

Joe Cox

“I feel nervous about having a confrontation, but, at the end of the day, it’s all about how you respond to that confrontation. Police face intense stress, and we have to keep in mind that we’re all human.”

Mark Bryant

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