DC police learn black history to better serve communities

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High profile shootings of black people at the hands of police officers have dominated U.S. headlines over the past five years — highlighting the discordance between the public and law enforcement.

In the nation’s capital, District of Columbia police officers are hoping to bridge that divide by taking classes in black history at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. CGTN’s Kate Fisher has more.