Jemima Abalogu Fights for Her Peers as an Advocate for Justice and Youth Voices

Thursday, August 27, 2020

I got started in youth advocacy in the area of police brutality around the death of Trayvon Martin. My parents had to sit my brother and me down and have that conversation of how, as a Black family and as a Black woman with a Black brother, we have to interact with the world differently - especially with police officers. 

Read the rest of this article from the National Juvenile Justice Network.

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