Encounter with Police

From: 
Washington, D.C.
No Justice, No Peace, protest signs

 

"Still, the day was a time of hope for many. Joseph Y., 64, of Northeast Washington, said he had given up on the possibility of real change, but then found
himself repeatedly drawn to the area around Lafayette Square. When Young was a teenager in Los Angeles in the 1970s, a police officer stopped him and put him in a choke hold, he said. The officer eventually released him, but with a smile Young hasn’t forgotten" Washington Post, June 14, 2020

Category: 
Civic Engagement