When the 33 invited participants to Wednesday’s “White House Convening on Building Community Trust” filed into the ornate Eisenhower Executive Office Building, they discovered they would be placed next to improbable seatmates. Rashad Robinson, a black political activist, had Pittsburgh's police chief, Cameron McLay, on one side of him and Anaheim, Ca., Mayor Tom Tait on the other. Fraternal Order of Police director James Pasco was placed between NAACP President Cornell Brooks and Harvard University economics Prof. Roland . . .
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