Tag: Trish Kahle

From Ferguson to #BlackLivesMatter

by Trish Kahle Before the streets erupt, they seethe. On an unseasonably warm late December day in 2014, I woke up to the news that just a few miles from my apartment, the police had killed again. On Christmas Day, Terrence Gilbert sat on his porch contemplating suicide. Someone called the police for help, and instead of helping, they shot the twenty-five-year-old twice in the abdomen, killing him.1