Black Elected Officials Across U.S. Bring Concerns About Police Relations, Economy To Columbus
Locally-elected black officials from across the country gather in Columbus this week to talk about the city’s success in creating programs to address criminal justice reform and employment after prison.
Also on the agenda for the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials: how to improve police and community relations.
For more on what they hope to accomplish at their summer conference in Columbus, WOSU's Debbie Holmes spoke with Columbus City Councilwoman and NBC-LEO President Priscilla Tyson.
Click the play button below to hear their conversation