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Police Brutality: We Need to Build Relationships, Not Break Them Down

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Weekly chats at the Worldmaker virtual THRIVE Coffee House offer a safe space to talk honestly and process what’s going on in our world. In this brief clip, recorded while racial injustice protests were unfolding around the globe, David Richmond, Worldmaker COO and decorated UK Army veteran, shares his thoughts on police brutality. “Meeting violence with violence only ever escalates matters. It never makes things better. All it does is makes you more enemies. It doesn’t make you any friends. And we live in a world where we need more friends than enemies. We need to build relationships, not break them down.”

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