By Emmanuel Acho | YouTube | 23m
Published in November of 2020

SUMMARY: Whew! This is an intense 23 minutes. Hats off the Emmanuel Acho and the Petaluma Police Department for talking with each other and role modeling what it takes to make change – sitting down together and asking and answering difficult questions.

KEY QUOTE: “Proximity breeds care and distance breeds fear.”

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