THE OLD SUPPORTING THE NEW—From left: Sala Udin, Brandi Fisher and Tim Stevens. (Photos by J.L. Martello)

THE OLD SUPPORTING THE NEW—From left: Sala Udin, Brandi Fisher and Tim Stevens. (Photos by J.L. Martello)

Racially diverse citizens of the city came together to show their support of the Alliance for Police Accountability, a grass roots organization/ initiative designed to bring the community, police and government officials together.

Brandi Fisher formed the Alliance for Police Accountability because she saw the need to educate people about their rights and the justice system; and to fight for justice. The organization came about during the Jordan Miles case.

SUPPORTERS––From left: Ngani Ndimbie, Alix Levy, Paula Jeantonsor and Allyce Pinchback.

SUPPORTERS––From left: Ngani Ndimbie, Alix Levy, Paula Jeantonsor and Allyce Pinchback.

Since the Miles case, APA continues to represent those involved in police brutality and those treated unjustly. Today, in 2015, the organization still firmly stands and continues to make their presence known.

“You have to kill all of us to kill our movement,” CEO and President Fisher said. “We are here, and we are not going anywhere. The Alliance for Police Accountability has a job to do, and we intend on doing just that. Justice will be served, and our voices shall be heard.”

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