Members Of Brookline Police Department Visit Museum Of African American History

- By Bossip Staff

BOSTON, MA – MARCH 24: Deputy Superintendent Michael Gropman, a veteran of 29 years, walks past a photograph of Frederick Douglass, an African-American social reformer and abolitionist, whose large photo is on display, along with many Douglass photos and artifacts, at the Museum of African American History in Boston on Mar. 24, 2017. Members of the Brookline Police Department visited the Museum of African American History to learn about local black history. The Boston Police Department has had some discrimination lawsuits rise up, and they have been working on this visit as a new kind of training. (Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

BOSTON, MA – MARCH 24: Deputy Superintendent Michael Gropman, a veteran of 29 years, walks past a photograph of Frederick Douglass, an African-American social reformer and abolitionist, whose large photo is on display, along with many Douglass photos and artifacts,

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