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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One massive turnout… with how many different goals?

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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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