Police Shot Her Brother. She is Now Fighting Police Brutality-Meet Human Rights Activist Shackelia Jackson
Shackelia Jackson is a human rights activist fervently fighting police brutality. She advocates for equal policing and judicial reporting in Jamaica. She has been fighting for social justice since her brother, Nakiea, was shot in 2014 by police in Kingston, Jamaica
In this episode, Shackelia opens up about the tragic event that took the life of her brother. She tells us how that day changed her life forever and how her brother gave her the courage to fight for social justice.
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