Reclaiming History One Black Family’s Collective Memory Of Police Abuse

In this segment Lovonia Mallory gets personal as she explores her own family’s encounters with the Albany police with over 60 years of of being Albany locals. In one touching part of the story her Uncle Bill describes the death of his grandmother’s at the age of 10 when the Albany police intruded on the family at the moment of his beloved grandmothers death.

Alexis Goldsmith

Alexis Goldsmith

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