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

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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)