In wake of high-profile bias incidents, how York is responding to racial tension

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     Local hip-hop artist Nakuu produced a song called  “Brothers;” as a way to get people talking about racial tension in York, Pennsylvania. (Jessica Kourkounis/For Keystone Crossroads)

    Local hip-hop artist Nakuu produced a song called “Brothers;” as a way to get people talking about racial tension in York, Pennsylvania. (Jessica Kourkounis/For Keystone Crossroads)

    The borough of West York and the York County School of Technology are among the public agencies grappling with racial tension.

    In York County, multiple bias incidents have captured international interest during the past year.

    The borough of West York and the York County School of Technology are among the public agencies making changes to address racial tension.

    Keystone Crossroads checked in to see how the community responded for the third part of our series, “Grappling with Racial Tension”, produced alongside two episodes of our podcast Grapple. Listen to the story with the audio player above.

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