#SayHerName: HBCU Student Unfairly Arrested Needs Your Help Now

#SayHerName: HBCU Student Unfairly Arrested Needs Your Help Now

Kai Niambi was stopped by cops three times in 30 minutes, here's how you can help her

Published July 5, 2016

Kai Niambi, who just graduated from the HBCU Hampton University, was charged with reckless driving after she was "stopped three times in 30 minutes," according to her mother.

Niambi is currently being held without bond on a class 1 misdemeanor charge.

Rae Jones, Niambi's mother says that her daughter had been held for 15 hours before she was allowed to use the phone. "You can only imagine my horror after having attempted to locate her all day,” Jones said.

Jones took to Facebook to make a cry for help for her honor student daughter.

"What I need you to do is flood the Dublin County Courthouse at 548-643-2000… We need an attorney right now! We need help right now!”

For all of us who have been inspired by Jesse Williams' speech and tired of police brutality against Black folks, now is the time to pick up the phone.


Written by Evelyn Diaz

(Photo: Kai Niambi Kitchen/_kitchennn)


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