Rolanda Byrd stands with Aisha Flood during the Raleigh City Council meeting Tuesday, where Flood asked city leaders to apologize for the death of Maurice Harden and Jaqwan Terry, who were killed by police officers in separate instances.
Rolanda Byrd stands with Aisha Flood during the Raleigh City Council meeting Tuesday, where Flood asked city leaders to apologize for the death of Maurice Harden and Jaqwan Terry, who were killed by police officers in separate instances. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com
Rolanda Byrd stands with Aisha Flood during the Raleigh City Council meeting Tuesday, where Flood asked city leaders to apologize for the death of Maurice Harden and Jaqwan Terry, who were killed by police officers in separate instances. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com

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