In the Media

Police Shooting: A Five-Year Quest for Justice

02/07/2017
The New York Review of Books

In the national conversation about police violence, the name Ramarley Graham has been far less present than Mike Brown’s, Eric Garner’s, Freddie Gray’s, or Sandra Bland’s. This may be because Black Lives Matter was not yet a national movement when eighteen-year-old Graham was fatally shot in February 2012 by an NYPD officer. In fact, it was just weeks before Trayvon Martin’s death brought the issues of police brutality and institutionalized racism to widespread national attention.

5 Years After Ramarley Graham's Death, Supporters Still Demand Justice from NYPD

Hundreds of protesters called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to fire Richard Haste, the NYPD officer who fatally shot Graham in 2012.
Colorlines Screenshot of (center, with megaphone) Constance Malcolm and supporters at a rally demanding justice for Malcolm's son Ramarley Graham, who NYPD officer Richard Haste killed in 2012. Screenshot taken from Twitter on February 3, 2017.
02/03/2017
ColorLines

February 2 marked five years since New York Police Department (NYPD) officer Richard Haste shot and killed Ramarley Graham, an unarmed 18-year-old Black man, inside his Bronx home.

Award-winning BRIC TV debuts revealing documentary on the Right To Know Act

12/13/2016
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Since its inception last year, award-winning cable TV and digital network BRIC TV has strived to publicize and expose the lesser-known issues affecting Brooklyn.

From breaking segregation in schools to LQBTQ civil rights to the effects of gentrification, BRIC TV has provided a voice for those that often cannot be heard.

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