Nicole Paultre Bell remembers her fiancé, Sean Bell and gives tips on how to stop police violence and shootings. Check out the above clip.
[BLANK_AUDIO] It's sort of like giving people a window into my life. Yeah. When you think of it, you think of, My gosh, this horrible tragedy happened, but Welcome to my life.>> Yeah.>> Welcome to my life and so many others are suffering from the same thing to this day.>> Right, and you have done such a remarkable job of keeping Sen's memory alive. And what do you see the work you are doing going about?>> Well, hopefully we'll stop the killings of innocent black men and women and children across this nation. And ultimately when you see me, I would hope that everyone think of the injustice that a young girl have to face. I sure of losing his life. Joseph being shut 17 times, strut four times. And for all of us, everyday is another obstacle. Because four left memories. I can close my eyes right now and remember. Getting that phone call. Right. And being there to share my story is a reflection of every woman who has ever faced any adversity throughout their lifetime. And we're all a community, right? You went through it, but we almost went through it with you. How do we get involved? How can we help? How do we find out more? Well, you know, by staying informed. As we say, woke, these days. Yeah. Join an organization, there are many civil rights organizations, social justice organizations out there today. If you don't know of an organization, start one. If you're in college, join a club, start an association. And something that resonates with what your message is, so that we can keep the conversation going and we can make small changes. So that we never have to lose another Sean Bell. Amen, amen. And thank you so much for all the work that you've been doing. You've been such a pillar of strength. We really appreciate you stopping by. [BLANK_AUDIO]