Watch what happens when Black Lives Matter group, counter-protesters meet in Dallas

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DALLAS — Cameras recorded a special moment on the streets of Dallas on Sunday.

According to CNN, during a Black Lives Matter protest a counter-protest started across the street.

The video shows the groups protesting separately, but then something special happens.

A leader from each group meets in the middle. The groups then decide to cross the street and join forces. As they do they can be seen exchanging hugs and greeting each other with phrases of hope.

“It’s time for us to stop this today,” one protester says. “No more walls.”

Another protesters says, “Today we’re going to show the rest of the country how we came together.”

The protesters, along with a police officer, form a circle to pray for the city of Dallas before heading home.

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