‘Police vs. Black’: Bridging the ‘Racialized Gulf’

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Oressa Napper-Williams' son Andrell was a victim of gun violence twice. The first time was when he was 16 and a student at Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Harlem. As he walked away from witnessing an altercation, where young people were looking for his cousin, a bullet struck him in the back, but he survived.

Not too long after that incident, Napper-Williams, then a single mother, decided to leave . . .

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