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Organizers of anti-brutality rally say they're devastated Dallas police died
Rev. Dr. Jeff Hood (left) and Christian Parks join protestors at a rally in downtown Dallas on Thursday, July 7, 2016. Dallas protestors rallied in the aftermath of the killing of Alton Sterling by police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Philando Castile, who was killed by police less than 48 hours in Minnesota.

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Tulsa Church Appalled Sign Rearranged To Racial Slur
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa church wants to know why someone would vandalize its sign. All Souls Unitarian Church on Peoria put a message on its sign which says "Praying For Dallas, Black Lives Matter." On Saturday, the pastor got a call from a member, who told her someone had rearranged letters to create a racial slur against African Americans.

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“If we were not brothers before this, we certainly are brothers now.”
The Rev. Michael Waters, pastor of the Joy Tabernacle A.M.E. Church in Dallas, was at the scene as the first shots rang out Thursday evening in downtown Dallas. (Bonnie Jo Mount/Washington Post) DALLAS — The minister and the imam had known each other barely a year. They’d met at a vigil after the mass shooting at a Charleston, S.

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Nation-Now Nashville Black Lives Matter vigil turns into march that shuts down roads
More than a thousand people stood together crying, shouting and praying at a vigil in front of Nashville City Hall followed by a march that closed Broadway downtown Friday evening. "We need to address the brutal legacy of white supremacy," Keith Caldwell, a local pastor and community organizer, said at the vigil.

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Nation-Now Nashville Black Lives Matter vigil turns into march that shuts down roads
More than a thousand people stood together crying, shouting and praying at a vigil in front of Nashville City Hall followed by a march that closed Broadway downtown Friday evening. "We need to address the brutal legacy of white supremacy," Keith Caldwell, a local pastor and community organizer, said at the vigil.

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Killings of Dallas officers spur acts of kindness to cops
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Nation-Now Nashville Black Lives Matter vigil turns into march that shuts down roads
More than a thousand people stood together crying, shouting and praying at a vigil in front of Nashville City Hall followed by a march that closed Broadway downtown Friday evening. "We need to address the brutal legacy of white supremacy," Keith Caldwell, a local pastor and community organizer, said at the vigil.

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S. Carolina megachurch ousts founder as senior pastor
Leaders of a South Carolina megachurch say its founder has been ousted as senior pastor over issues including alcohol use. The Greenville News reports (https://goo.gl/2Uth7r ) that another one of the church's pastors, Shane Duffey, announced at a Sunday service that NewSpring Church had removed the Rev.

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Dallas Sniper Victims Included Fathers, Volunteers, Veteran
DALLAS (AP) — They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in Thursday’s sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. The attack also injured seven officers and two civilians.

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Caribbean leaders in Florida to host prayer vigil following fatal shootings
Fort Lauderdale, Jul. 10, CMC – Caribbean American pastors and community leaders in South Florida will be holding a prayer vigil here this week in the aftermath of the recent shootings across the country that led to the deaths of five police officers in the state of Texas and two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
By KANTELE FRANKO Associated Press. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Church prays with Bessemer police officers
BESSEMER, AL (WBRC) - In light of what happened in Dallas, one church in Bessemer is taking action. Saturday morning members of Grace Church prayed outside the Bessemer Police Department. They surrounded the officers and put their hands on their shoulders to let them know they are here for them.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
By KANTELE FRANKO Associated Press. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
By KANTELE FRANKO Associated Press. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
Jasen Frelot, left, holding his daughter Ruby, gives a pat to Seattle police officer Daniel Aguirre after handing the officer a rose in response to the shootings of police officers in Dallas, Friday, July 8, 2016, in Seattle. Frelot was among a handful of members of the local faith community handing out the flowers as a way to reach out in support.

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Protesters resume demonstrations at scene of Louisiana death
A look at protests and related events nationwide and in the United Kingdom on Friday and Saturday following the police shootings of black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, and the deadly sniper attack on police officers in Dallas. ARKANSAS.

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Black Lives Matter condemns shootings, plans more protests
Associated Press. Leaders and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement sought a delicate balance Friday by both condemning the slaying of five Dallas police officers and promising more demonstrations against deadly shootings by law enforcement. In Philadelphia, a group planned a “Weekend of....

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Officers felled by Dallas sniper hailed as kind, devoted
They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in Thursday's sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. The attack also injured seven officers and two civilians.

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Protesters Resume Demonstrations at Scene of Louisiana Death
ARKANSAS. About 300 people gathered in front of the state Capitol to seek solutions to racial strife, which Little Rock knows so well. The pastor of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in North Little Rock said Friday everyone should be working to end the nation's unsettled time. "The question remains, 'When will enough be enough?'" Earl Graham Jr.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
By KANTELE FRANKO Associated Press. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Pastor’s flag selfie raises storm against Mugabe
An evangelical preacher who posts videos on social media wrapped in the Zimbabwean flag as he bemoans the corruption, injustice and poverty of his bankrupt country has become the unlikely figurehead for a wave of mass protests that threaten the Mugabe regime.

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World › Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio. The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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