Sometimes You Just Gotta Stand Up!

Protesters rally during a march after hearing the police officer who shot Tony Robinson would not be charged Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in Madison, Wis. District Attorney Ismael Ozanne, said he won't file charges against Officer Matt Kenny in the death of Robinson, an unarmed 19-year-old biracial man. (AP photo/Carrie Antlfinger)
Protesters, including local clergy, rally during a march after hearing the police officer who shot an unarmed, young black youth would not be charged yesterday (AP photo/Carrie Antlfinger).

Click here for a short video news account: http://host.madison.com/wsj/video/featured/youtube_58e7fcf8-648f-580e-8f47-764640400b07.html#.VVMryL_9jTg.twitter

In earlier blogs I have outlined what not only Madison needs to do, but our entire nation.

We all need to work together to make America work for all of us. Police are at the heart of this as they have a duty to protect those of us most vulnerable.

The challenge for Madison today is whether or not this city and its police can rise to the occasion to pursue excellence — to build an even better city!

It’s up to us!

 

 

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