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Threat Of Riots Bring Oakland Leaders Together

 

 YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Min Lee,

OAKLAND, CA. -- As the jury in the trial of Johannes Mehserle began deliberating , the fate of the ex-BART officer accused of murder of Oscar Grant, leaders in Oakland held a press conference to head off violence in the wake of a possible acquittal. 

Included in the event were -- Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums and City officials, youth leaders, Urban Peace Movement, Youth Uprising, Alameda County Board of Supervisors, Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, Oakland African-American Chamber of Commerce, Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Alameda County, Oakland Vietnamese Chamber of Commerce and Faith Leaders. Min Lee is a senior producer at YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.

 



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