Ocala hopes to bring unity to the community
Dina Lewis / WUFT-FM
Members of the Ocala Racial Harmony Taskforce (from left to right Sonny Allen, Mary Rich and Stan Creel)
Ocala is spotlighting racial issues by responding with racial harmony discussion and cultural awareness. The City of Ocala held an open annual task force meeting at the Ocala Police Department today to promote unity between different cultures in the community. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Dina Lewis reports how Ocala is making sure to keep its diverse community inclusive and interactive despite racial differences.
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