Malkia Cyril

Center for Media Justice / Black Lives Matter

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Malkia Cyril is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Center for Media Justice and a leader in Black Lives Matter in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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What started out as the  Women's March on Washington  turned out millions of people in dozens of cities in all 50 states — and around the world.

One massive turnout… with how many different goals?

What started out as the  Women's March on Washington turned out millions of people in dozens of cities in all 50 states — and around the world.

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High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

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High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

from To the Point

High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

Dash cams, body cams and unintended consequences

High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

from To the Point

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