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On Kimani Gray, and On Not Walking Away

By Yotam Marom Originally published by Waging Nonviolence on MArch 16, 2013 On Saturday, March 9, New York City police officers shot and killed 16-year-old Kimani Gray in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. After those seven bullets hit him, he lay on the ground and cried out, “Please don’t let me die.” Please don’t let me die. … Continue reading