WATCH: A Conversation on Race in Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Channel 9 anchors Vanessa Echols, Greg Warmoth and Martha Sugalski hosted “A Conversation on Race in Central Florida” Tuesday evening.

If you missed the special, you can watch it below:

The live, one-hour special brought together a diverse panel of Central Florida elected officials, law enforcement officials, civil rights attorneys, activists and religious leaders for a candid conversation about racial inequality.

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Two of Channel 9′s radio partners were also be part of the special -- Rickey Smiley, host of “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show,” which airs weekdays on Star 94.5; and Joe Kelley, host of “Orlando’s Morning News” on News 96.5 WDBO.

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Who was on the panel?

• Noel Carter, who was convicted of battery on a law enforcement officer after video showed Orlando police officers kicking him outside a nightclub.

• Orange County Sheriff John Mina

• Orlando police Chief Orlando Rolón

• Jaz Bennett, activist

• Rudy Darden, a facilitator with Valencia College’s Peace and Justice Institute

• Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings

• Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer

• Natalie Jackson, civil rights attorney

• Howard Marks, civil rights attorney

• Orange-Osceola County State Attorney Aramis Ayala

• Pastor Tim Johnson, of Orlando World Outreach Center

• State Sen. Randolph Bracy

• State Rep. Geraldine Thompson

• State Rep. Anna Eskamani

• State Sen. David Simmons

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You can re-watch the special by downloading the free WFTV Now app on Roku, Apple TV or Amazon Fire TV Stick.

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Jason Kelly, WFTV.com

Jason Kelly joined WFTV in 2014.