Give this man a diplomatic job at the UN.
A conscious Brooklyn dad acted as a one-man discussion group between hundreds of fellow protesters and a few NYPD officers at Park Slope on Friday night – a lonely, post-curfew staff off.
“They supervised their men,” said Randy Williams, 36, as he and his comrades approached an NYPD captain as he approached Grand Army Plaza.
“For the first time in a long time, the police and the community came together,” Williams told The Post.
The fourth father and the captain made a deal: if the police do that, the protesters will be non-violent.
And the captain, he said, agreed to let the protest continue until 8 a.m. Curfew for at least a while
“I told the captain after 8, we don’t want the same thing from the night before,” Williams said.
“I don’t want any of my people, which means protesters and people in this community are being hurt in the same way,” said music producer Williams.
“I do not want any of his officers to be injured. I told him we were checking, we were non-violent and he did not supervise his officers last night.
“He made a promise to me tonight that he would ensure that all his officers were supervised, and that we would be allowed to protest peacefully under curfew in the past.
“He wouldn’t let it go on all night, but he would allow us a reasonable amount of time.”
He added, “I explained to them that we appreciate them for overcoming their curfew and we appreciate them for supporting their men in supervising and bargaining.
“I have asked them to allow us to go out peacefully and unarmed and unarmed.”
Protesters used the extra time to sing “Happy Birthday” to Brecona Taylor, who in March shot and killed a white EMT accidentally at his home in Louisville, Kentucky.
Taylor would have turned 27 on Friday.
Before the protesters dispersed – peacefully, unarmed and incomplete as promised, around 9:30 p.m.
Williams said before he left, “At some point someone should be growing up in a step-by-step position, step-by-step, step-by-step, step-by-step, step-by-step.”
“Since I see that a lot of people have been injured, I want to be that person.”
He added, “I have shown that we can rely on them. Not all of them are bad. ”
Laura Italiano Additional Reporting