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Let’s start talking Columbus…

The “Big Table” happened for a second time Wednesday with the Columbus Foundation to get people in the community talking about issues.


About 5,000 people participated at 500 different sites.

At the Columbus Police Academy, young men and city leaders came together to talk about police and community relations.

The Foundation also held public tables at various locations, open to anyone.

“Bring people around each other to share their perspectives, share their thoughts, think positively about what we can do for the community, in a laid back atmosphere and realize that it’s actually really fun to have that human connection,” said The Columbus Foundation Senior Vice President Kelley Griesmer.

Source: WBNS

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