Tetrina Blalock on police brutality and demanding respect
Clip: 03/05/2019 | 3m 21s
Police shootings in African American communities have prompted public outcry in recent years, triggering a national conversation on the need for reform. A year ago, Tetrina Blalock's cousin was killed by police after being shot more than a dozen times following a narcotics pursuit. Blalock reflects on that experience and her own encounters with law enforcement in her community.
Aired: 03/05/19Video has closed captioning.
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