Cordale Q. Handy In Remembrance of Me Foundation
Justice 4 Cordale Handy
July 7, 1987 - March 15, 2017
Kimberly Handy- Jones has been fighting for Cordale's justice since March 15, 2017. Officer's Mikko Norman and Nathaniel Younce St. Paul Police shot Cordale causing his death at the age of 29 years old.
Kimberly Handy-Jones Files a lawsuit
against the St. Paul Police Department
Here she stands with her attorney Andrew Stroth, family & supporters.
Justice 4 Cordale Quinn Handy
Standing together for Justice for our Loved ones
UNITED we STAND as ONE!
Early on she was comforted by many Mothers &
Family Members who suffer a loss of a loved one.
Kimberly doesn't fight alone, she fights with many Mothers & families across the country against
Police Brutality & Community Violence.
She also supports families who have lost a child to terminal illness. Her fight is continuous for her son & everyone who suffers a loss of a child.
From the day Cordale died Kimberly has not stopped fighting against police brutality. Whether it is for her son or for another child who has been killed or just being with a Mother who has lost a child who is ill. Burying her son has given her a fire inside to want to help others. It is time to wake up and stay woke, it is time to stop the senseless killings of our children.
Mothers who have all had Children Killed by Police
Kimberly speaking about her son at #STAND 05.10.18
Mothers in front of Capitol Hill 05.10.18
Mothers speaking in front of
Black Caucus 05.10.18
The Washington Post 07. 25.17
Justice for Every life lost by Police & Community Violence!
Kimberly continues her fight with all families of every ethnic group.
"It is about life, human life, not black or white,
not just my son or your neighbor, but all of us."
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