Washington D.C. Street Sense vendor stands with Baton Rouge

Street Sense vendor and artist Angie Whitehurst reflects on the death of Alton Sterling, the 37-year-old black man from Baton Rouge, Louisiana who died in an altercation with white police earlier this month. Here, Angie praises the “fierce resistance to violence” of the vast majority of protesters.

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