Columbus African Council

People hand out water bottles and supplies as protesters march on High Street in Columbus on June 2, 2020.
Paige Pfleger / WOSU

Protests against racial inequities in policing continue in Columbus this weekend, after Mayor Andrew Ginther and Columbus City Council both propose ideas for reforms and great oversight.

For those continuing to march, however, proposals aren't enough.

New Columbus Schools superintendent Talisa Dixon talks to students at Trevitt Elementary in King-Lincoln.
Olivia Miltner / WOSU

Dontavius Jarrells, founder of the Columbus African Council, is searching for answers to the challenges faced by Ohio's African American and African immigrant communities.