Betty Williams

President of Sacramento’s NAACP chapter

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Betty Williams on KCRW

Ten days after a Sacramento police officer fatally shot Stephon Clark, a young black man, protests continue to rock the city and are now spreading nationwide.

The state of community-police relations in Sacramento

Ten days after a Sacramento police officer fatally shot Stephon Clark, a young black man, protests continue to rock the city and are now spreading nationwide.

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