Pedestrian deaths aren’t random. And they disproportionately impact marginalized people who can’t demand reform.
Saa’mir Williams was just 7 months old when his mother pushed him in a stroller on Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia the night of July 9, 2013, and paused to look for an opening in traffic.
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