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Atatiana Jefferson

1990-2019 | Atatiana was not only a caregiver for her nephew and mother, but a pre-medical graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana. Jefferson was in her home playing a video game with her nephew before being fatally shot through her window by a Fort Worth police officer.

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Antwon Rose Jr.

2000-2018 | Antwon was a high-school senior on the honor roll, in addition to being a kind and generous community volunteer. During a police-stop altercation, Antwon, who was unarmed, was shot three times by Allegheny County police officers. Rose Jr. would have graduated with an Advanced-studies diploma.

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Botham Shem Jean

1992-2018 | Botham was a Harding University alumnus and successful accountant for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Jean was enjoying ice-cream and watching TV after working a long day, when an off-duty officer unlawfully entered and fatally shot Jean in his own living room.

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Tamir Rice

2002-2014 | Tamir, a 12 year-old boy, was playing with his sister in the snow at a park. Rice was playing with a toy pellet gun when a Cleveland police officer shot and killed Rice within two seconds of leaving his squad car; Tamir died in his sister's arms—no ambulance was called.

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Sandra Bland

1987-2015 | Sandra was an activist in her community who regularly posted vlogs speaking on police-brutality and Black Lives Matter. Her series was titled, "Sandy Speaks" and would commonly address her audience as, "beautiful kings and queens." During a police traffic-stop, Bland was taken into custody but later reported "dead" in a jail cell.