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Video: Chaplains on the frontline of healing

Standing as a bridge between police who struggle to express compassion while applying enforcement of the law and a grieving community raw with pain and limited resources to cope are the 51 Chaplains of The Salvation Army. The unique and first of its kind program in the nation is coordinated by Pastor Alexis Twito, who has seen the powerful and healing impact of creating trust between the diverse faith community, police, and marginalized Milwaukee residents by building relationships with trust and striving to do the most good.
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