Local leaders address Crown Heights race relations

Black and Jewish Crown Heights community leaders met at the Jewish Children?s Museum Thursday to address and denounce the recent wave of racially charged attacks.The

BROOKLYN - Black and Jewish Crown Heights community leaders met at the Jewish Children?s Museum Thursday to address and denounce the recent wave of racially charged attacks.The more than 30 diverse officials denounced the crimes, including an attack on a black man last month and a recent attack on a Jewish teen. Officials said the NYPD arrested two people Thursday in connection to the latest attack. Borough President Marty Markowitz said it is the parents who need to get more involved and set a better example for their children.?The kids act out what you say and do in your home, and you have a responsibility to disciple your children,? said Markowitz. NYPD beefs up security in Crown Heights

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