Kenosha's K-COR works to mend community-police relations during times of unrest

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KENOSHA (CBS58) -- While many have their eyes on what's going on inside the Kenosha County Courthouse during the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, local leaders are working to create change within the city 15 months after the police shooting of Jacob Blake which sparked the unrest in August of 2020 leading to the night Rittenhouse opened fire shooting three people, killing two. 

Kenosha Coalition Organizing Resolution, or K-COR is a group made up of several community organizations working to mend the bond between police and the community. 

K-COR's minister of defense Brandon Wheat said the mistrust between black and brown communities and police continues to be strained but the way to heal is by starting a conversation. 

For more information about K-COR, click here.

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