‘Day of Solidarity’ unites community in wake of fatal cop shooting

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In an effort to unite the community and the NYPD after the fatal shooting of Officer Randolph Holder, community advocate Tony Herbert, organized a city-wide vigil where both the police and the community came together in a sign of support.

The vigil took place at 77 police stations for 37 minutes across the city, and was made up of NYPD, the people of the community and religious figures.

Community advocate Tony Herbert talks about the Day of Solidarity.

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