Prominent activist DeRay Mckesson and others met with leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Friday to push for police reform.
Mckesson, a Baltimore native and former public school administrator here, is part of a team called Campaign Zero, which seeks to end police killings in America. African-Americans are much more likely to be killed by police than whites.
The group wants end so-called "broken windows" policing, increase community oversight of police and limit use-of-force, among other goals.
After the meeting, Clinton, the former Secretary of State, called McKesson, who has 234,000...