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BLACK BOYS SHARE THOUGHTS ON KILLING OF ERIC GARNER & HOW THEY FEEL ABOUT LAW ENFORCEMENT

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Blacks In Law Enforcement of America (BLEA) met with the Boys to Men of Cecil H.Parker Elementary School to discuss their thoughts on the killing of Eric Garner days after the grand jury decision not to indict officer, Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner and their relationship with law enforcement at the weekly gathering.

BW spotlights The Boys to Men of Cecil H. Parker Elementary, a group under the leadership of Parker Elementary Principal Mrs. Dweck headed by Mr. Johnson, Mr. Reid and PTA President Mr. Ramsey who mentor the group of black boys helping them to become productive men.

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