Nia Wilson, say her name: 'Blacks do not need a second slavery'

Chinyce Cole-Henry, Black Youth Leadership Project | 8/7/2018, 10:51 a.m.
On this day we relived the death of Nia Wilson when we attended a rally in Oakland protesting some of ...
Nia Wilson Contributed

On this day we relived the death of Nia Wilson when we attended a rally in Oakland protesting some of the news coverage of her murder on BART. She was only 18 when she and her sister were getting off a BART train at the MacArthur station and were both stabbed by a white man. Nia’s sister Latifah survived.

Her family has had to relive that evening’s horror over and over again. The first time was when her family learned her throat had been slit. The second time when it hit the news.

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