Roland Martin talks to activist and writer, Dream Hampton about the conviction of Theodore Wafer, the man who killed 19-year-old Renisha McBride in Detroit after she ended up on the porch of  Theodore Wafer after being injured from a car crash. McBride went door to door looking for help and ended on the porch of Wafer, who shot her in the face.

“It’s a rare and incredibly nice moment for black women. We were looked at as human beings,” Hampton said. “The reason he was charged with second degree murder was because he shot through a locked door.”

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