Anastasia Robertson of Justice for Dahmeek on the Pandemic and Racism.

Protests have spread nationwide over the police killing of George Floyd, an unarmed handcuffed African-American man in Minnesota, whose neck was kneeled on by police officers as he cried that he could not breathe. Prior to this killing, WOOC correspondent Elizabeth Press spoke to Anastasia Robertson of Justice for Dahmeek, a group dedicated to ending police brutality in Troy, about this pandemic and racism.

Christina Mattern

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