For many residents who spent the summer marching and rallying against the killings of unarmed Black Americans, the wait continues for the change they hoped to ignite. In Middlesex County, a group of pastors had an idea: the Black Community Watchline. It’s a non-emergency helpline allowing people to report and get counseling for racial violence. Will it make the Black community safer? Senior Correspondent David Cruz reports.
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