Created By: Kelsey Wisman
1970 continued with ongoing violence that rolled over from 1968 and 1969. However, there was hope that the white and black communities could come together to address the ongoing issues that York residents faced. The Charrette, a council for the community, was approved and it sought to solve inner city issues by meeting to discuss the main issues and collaborating on how to improve these issues. For example, one issue that many wanted to address was the inappropriate use of the K-9 Units.
This point of interest is part of the tour: The Predictable Past: The York County Race Riots