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In a neighborhood scarred by violence, cops and kindergartners share lunch, and more

In a neighborhood scarred by violence, cops and kindergartners share lunch, and more

The first time a group of uniformed Miami-Dade police officers walked into the cafeteria at Poinciana Park Elementary, the students asked teachers and administrators what had gone wrong. Is somebody in trouble? Is there going to be an arrest? In the Lincoln Fields housing project near Liberty City, where many Poinciana Park students live, police officers are often a sign there’s been a shooting. “I remember that first visit nobody talked to the cops,” said Principal Amrita Prakash. “Nob…
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