Oscar Grant, 10 Years LaterOscar Grant, 10 Years Later

Oscar Grant’s death on Jan. 1, 2009 forever shifted the discourse surrounding police brutality, catalyzing a nationwide movement for racial justice. To mark the 10th anniversary of his death, this project provides a platform for respectful reflection from our audiences, as well as from artists, activists and Oscar Grant’s loved ones.

It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

Oscar Grant: A Killing That Changed How We View Police Shootings

10 Years Later: Oscar Grant's Legacy Continues to Inspire Artists and Activists

10 Years Later: Oscar Grant, Black Lives Matter and Police Accountability

Honoring Oscar Grant Gets Political at BART Meeting

Wanda Johnson, Oscar Grant's mother, stands on the same BART platform where her son was shot and killed by a BART police officer on New Year's Day 2009. She spends a lot of time in the community where she helps support at-risk youth as well as family members who have lost loved ones to police violence.

9 Years After Oscar Grant's Death, His Mother Continues to Speak Out