Transcript for Moments of trying to bridge the divide
Finally tonight here, the efforts in many communities in this country to acknowledge the pain and to begin to bridge the divide. Tonight, these are the images also being shared across the country. The communities where officers have said to the demonstrators, "We're with you." Officers kneeling during a rally in coral gables, Florida. In Camden, New Jersey, the police chief joining a protest March, giving a peace sign and helping to carry a banner reading, "Standing in solidarity." In Santa Cruz, California, the police chief kneeling with protesters. His department saying it was in memory of George Floyd and bringing attention to police violence against black people. And in Flint, Michigan, the gennessee county sheriff joining hands with members of the community, saying, "We will protect you, we will March with you." We can't forget, on all our police cars across the nation, it says protect and serve. Yes. That means all people, that means all people deserve the same dignity, and we marched, not one ounce of damage, nobody's arrested. This is the way to do it. Reporter: The efforts tonight to acknowledge the very real pain, as that sheriff and others concede, there is a lot of work ahead to heal and make change. We hope it's a start.
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