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October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with women in Korogocho slums...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni, Lilian Owino Tabitha Njoki and her grandson Denis Kimani, women she has helped cope with what they say have been police injustices, in Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, October 8, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington-based rights charity, International Justice Mission, eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free, Njoki, a mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with the police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of the police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken October 8, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
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