Serena Sebring

Southerners on New Ground

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Based in Durham, North Carolina, Serena Sebring is a regional organizer with Southerners on New Ground, a social justice organization that initiated Mama's Bail Out Day.

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 Police have shot and killed 23 unarmed people already this year. If that rate continues, the death toll will be higher than last year's total of 48. In both years,…

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