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The family of Mohamed Bah is calling for the Department of Justice to investigate the killing of the 28-year-old at the hands of the NYPD in 2012.
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Nearly three years after a police officer shot and killed Ramarley Graham at his home in the Bronx, New York, the family has agreed to accept a $3.9 million settlement from the city in a wrongful death lawsuit.
The parents of Ramarley Graham are seeking justice for their son, but are exasperated by the wait.
The family of Ramarley Graham, a teen who was shot and killed by police in 2012, has called on the Justice Department to open a full investigation into the boy's death.
Constance Malcolm says she maintains a thread of hope for the possibility of justice in the death of her son, Ramarley Graham.
The family of Ramarley Graham is calling on the Bronx District Attorney to convene a new grand jury against the police officer who killed the 18-year-old Graham.
A Bronx judge has dismissed manslaughter charges against a police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager, Ramarley Graham, and justice is yet to be served.
A traveling museum exhibit entitled “Freedom’s Sisters” captures heroic images of 20 Black women leaders.