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Wilmington Woman’s Relentless Quest to Hold Police Accountable for Killing Black Men

Saquan Stimpson
Keandra McDole stands at the spot where her brother Jeremy McDole, who was shot to death by police on Tulip Street in 2015, on Feb. 6, 2020, in Wilmington.

A Wilmington woman whose brother was killed nearly six years ago by city police has become a persistent and vocal advocate of holding law enforcement accountable. WHYY’s Cris Barrish caught up with her at recent protests outside the home of Delaware’s attorney general.

(Original air-date: 9/1/21)