Jamestown City Councilwoman Discusses Local Black Lives Matter Movement

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JAMESTOWN – As some communities across the nation see acts of violence following the killing of an unarmed black man in Minnesota, the Jamestown community is engaging in dialog and conversation surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement locally.

Jamestown City Councilwoman Victoria James spoke to WNYNewsNow’s Justin Gould on Tuesday about the significance of seeing the peaceful conversations in our community.

James says she is proud to see law enforcement and young people in the community come together for conversations about civil rights.

Viewers can watch the full interview with the councilwoman embedded above, or, by clicking here.


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