The fight to break the French state’s wall of denial and indifference about radicalised police brutality continues.
Rokhaya Diallo, French journalist, writer and filmmaker, is widely recognised for her work in favour of racial, gender and religious equality. She is ... a BET-France host and has produced and/or directed documentaries, TV and radio programs.
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