Gynna McMillen, 16, is one of a growing number of Black women and girls who have died in police custody.
Source: Why Are Black Girls and Women Dying in Police Custody?
This entry was posted on February 16, 2016 by serious2020. It was filed under 1st Amendment Rights, Adults, AFRIKAN, Black History, Black Lives Matter, Black Women, Children, Commentary, Community outrage, Cruel and inhuman punishment, cruel and unusual punishment, Culture, Education, Extrajudicial killing, Human Rights, Incarceration nation, Law, Militarized police, mothers, Police brutality, Police Brutality, police corruption, Political, Politics, predictive policing, Prisoners, Prisons, Racism, Sandra Bland, Serious2020, Stop and frisk, terrorism, Torture, War against Afrikans, Weaponry, Women, Youth, Youth and was tagged with 1st Amendment, African/Black experience, Afrikan, Alexis McGovern, Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out Over Policed and Uner Protected, Black women and girls dead at the hands of the state, Gynna McMillen, incarceration nation, Joyce Curnell, Kindra Chapman, Natasha McKenna, Opportunities Lost: Racial Disparities in Juvenile Justice in Kentucky and Identified Needs for Systems Change, police brutality, Ralkina Jones, Raynette Turner, Sandra Bland, Sheneque Proctor, Slavery, Tasasha Henderson, terrorism, War on Afrikans.
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