Guests like J.W. Matt Hennessee, a senior servant of Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church, said he has already worked with local law enforcement to improve community relationships.
"We're grateful that, that's what we've done but we're not saying that's enough because it's not," Hennessee said.
Hennessee, Knutson and many others have joined in solidarity for justice and peace. They are working together to bring ideas into action by tightening gun control legislation in Oregon and improving relationships with law enforcement.
Knutson added people who want to take action should speak to their local community leaders and city council members.
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(FOX19 NOW/Michael Buckingham via AP). Brooke Skylar Richardson makes her first court appearance in Franklin Municipal Court in Franklin, Ohio on Friday, July 21, 2017. Richardson is charged with reckless homicide in a baby's death.
An 18-year-old Ohio woman is accused of burying an infant alive outside her family's home.