On September 20, 2015, Edward “Prohaize” Minta began running and cycling from the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta to Liberty Island in New York City. This journey, known as the Justice Trail, became the mission of the Justice Trail team to discuss how an increased implementation of police body cameras can facilitate greater transparency between police officers and civilians. You can watch the documentary here, which follows Prohaize through this taxing, yet rewarding journey. Almost a year later, police brutality is still a prevalent issue, and body cameras are still being discussed as a possible way to increase police accountability. Blavity sat down with Prohaize to talk more about Justice Trail, his motivations and more. Read the interview below.
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