DJ Henry

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New Revelations in the DJ Henry Case Are Explosive

The morning after DJ Henry, a Pace University football player from Easton, was killed by police officer Aaron Hess in Mount Pleasant, New York, police […]

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Trayvon Martin and the 'Code'

It’s hard to look at the photo of Trayvon Martin that’s coursing around the Internet and see a threat. The 140-pound, 17-year-old is more boy […]

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Trayvon Martin and the 'Code'

It’s hard to look at the photo of Trayvon Martin that’s coursing around the Internet and see a threat. The 140-pound, 17-year-old is more boy […]

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Trayvon Martin and the 'Code'

It’s hard to look at the photo of Trayvon Martin that’s coursing around the Internet and see a threat. The 140-pound, 17-year-old is more boy […]

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DJ Henry, Remembered

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of Pace University football player and Easton native DJ Henry by a Pleasantville, New York, police […]

Family, Interrupted

When DJ Henry was shot to death by police last year, it made national headlines—a black college football player from a comfortable Boston suburb killed by white cops in Westchester County, New York. The media coverage focused on what had gone wrong and who was to blame. For DJ’s family, though, there was another important question: How do you grieve on a public stage?