Residents, police have open conversation during peaceful protest in Uptown

- Residents held a silent protest in Uptown Charlotte Wednesday evening. The event started at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Street. 

Protesters moved the event to Charlotte-Mecklenburg headquarters around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday. Once at their building, an open conversation began between residents and police. 

Organizers requested people in attendance come in their business attire/Sunday best. 

"The larger the group, the larger the impact," organizers said. "You were saying that last night was not the way, you should be there today!" 

Watch the protest live on Facebook here: 

Check back for updates on this developing story. 

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