Brown was killed in April by Pasquotank County deputies who shot him in the back of the head as he drove away.
A North Carolina family called police for help when Matt Oxendine threatened suicide. Instead, deputies killed him.
Mid-May polling was often split on partisan lines, but North Carolinians were generally supportive of more police scrutiny.
We can’t talk about police reform in North Carolina without talking about the racist origins of policing in America and in the South.
The Elizabeth City shooting has made northeast North Carolina into the center of the racial justice movement for now.
Pasquotank County law enforcement and Andrew Brown Jr.'s family are telling wildly different stories about his death. Why take anyone’s word for it if there’s tape?
As marchers and civil rights leaders seek to humanize the man killed by deputies in Elizabeth City, it’s white folks who need to be listening.