Protesters, counter protesters ‘clash’ in Dallas in heartwarming way

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DALLAS, Texas – The events of last week have left many people across the country  to feel an array of emotions.

On Sunday, Black Lives Matter protesters took to the streets of Dallas to bring attention to police brutality.

“I can’t just sit back and feel this way without trying to change it,” Britny Morrison told CNN.

On the other side of the street, a counter protest was occurring.

“Yeah, black lives matter and stuff. We all matter,” Chris Rice said.

At one point, organizers of both protests met in the middle to speak to one another.

Black Lives Matter protesters decided to cross the street and meet the counter protesters face-to-face.

The meeting resulted in hugs and prayers for the entire community.

A police officer, who had been stationed to separate the protesters, joined them in prayer.

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