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Faith In Indiana, Black Lives Matter and other activists groups gathered at Monument Circle in Indianapolis after a decision not to fire the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers who shot and killed Aaron Bailey.

Faith In Indiana deputy director Juard Barnes says significant changes are needed.

“What we hope is, this is just the beginning. And that Indianapolis begins to really see itself as a unified group that stands against this,” Barnes says.

Aaron Baliey was a member of Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis, and Dean Stephen Carlsen says, for him, making these changes is faith-driven.

“As faith groups, we can all agree we are to love our neighbor as ourselves. That’s in all of our religious creeds,” Carlsen says. “And that doesn’t matter what neighborhood you’re from.”

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