What needs to be done in wake of fatal police-involved shootings across the U.S.?

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More than 500 people have been shot and killed by police so far, in 2016.

These fatal encounters lead many to believe that it is open season on African American men.

Valerie Castile's sentiments, one day after her son Philando was killed, echo the feelings of many across the country.

Elinor Tatum, editor-in-chief of the New York Amsterdam News, retired NYPD lieutenant Dr. Darrin Porcher and HOT 97 Peter Rosenberg via Skype talk about the police departments across the U.S. should do in wake of these shootings.

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