Black Lives Matter activists meet White House officials

Activists associated with the Black Lives Matter movement met with White House officials on Wednesday.

A senior administration official told BuzzFeed News the activists met with senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, deputy assistant for urban affairs Roy Austin and other White House officials.

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Dream Defenders's Phil Agnew, Campaign Zero's DeRay Mckesson, Brittany Packnett and Johnetta Elzie, as well as Baltimore United for Change's Jamye Wooten, attended the meeting late Wednesday, according to the report.

After the meeting, several attendees posted about it to Twitter:

Those in attendance discussed law enforcement and community policing, according to BuzzFeed, including the White House's recommendations on policing from its task force.

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