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Their median age is 34. All but seven are Black women. Next America takes a look at police-related deaths in 2015. Our contributor Tomika L. Anderson reflects on being a black mother. Then, we give you women to follow in social media to continue the conversation

Map: One Year of Police-Related Deaths of Women of Color

Map by Janie Boschma

Having “The Talk” With Myself About Police Encounters

Children look at posters calling for an end to police violence near fans going to a 'Rally 4 Peace' concert by Prince in Baltimore, Maryland. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)

Black Women’s Voices are Heard in Social Media

You should follow these women on social media. (Twitter)

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