Thirty-two days have passed since the Black Lives Matter Peaceful Protests started in the City of Geneva.
Today is July 1st, and tonight is a Geneva City Council meeting.
Eleven resolutions related to reforming the Geneva Police Department are all on the table, including the creation of a police accountability board and even partly defunding the police.
Akim Hudson, a lifelong Geneva resident and one of most recognized organizers of the BLM protests reflects on these past thirty-two days and the long journey to reach tonight’s meeting, which may usher in unprecedented change sweeping across the city.
What has the journey been like for him?
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