Sarah Reed—a past victim of police brutality—was found dead in a British prison at the age of 32. Campaigners say that her death points to the institutional racism and sexism at the heart of the justice system.
An interview with the Guardian raises more questions about the treatment of vulnerable black prisoners.
Activists are concerned after a vulnerable black prisoner apparently strangled herself to death in her cell.
The details of her death fall into a shocking pattern of callousness.