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  • Activists seek attention, accountability, change from Sacramento County supervisors

    Black Lives Matter demonstrators spoke at a meeting of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, addressing the recent police shootings making national headlines. Community organizer Kevin Carter later shared his thoughts about Sacramento's handling of police shootings and about Sheriff Scott Jones, who is a candidate for Congress.

Black Lives Matter demonstrators spoke at a meeting of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, addressing the recent police shootings making national headlines. Community organizer Kevin Carter later shared his thoughts about Sacramento's handling of police shootings and about Sheriff Scott Jones, who is a candidate for Congress. Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee
Black Lives Matter demonstrators spoke at a meeting of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, addressing the recent police shootings making national headlines. Community organizer Kevin Carter later shared his thoughts about Sacramento's handling of police shootings and about Sheriff Scott Jones, who is a candidate for Congress. Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee

Little-known Sacramento County board hears public complaints about Sheriff’s Department conduct

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