William C. Anderson is a freelance writer. His work has been published by The Guardian, MTV and Pitchfork, among others. You can read many of his writings at Truthout or at the Praxis Center for Kalamazoo College, where he’s a contributing editor covering race, class and immigration. He contributed an essay to Truthout’s anthology Who Do You Serve, Who Do You Protect? about the pressing need for an international black movement against state violence, called “Killing Africa.” In the essay, Anderson talks about the symbolism in the March 1, 2015 killing of Charly “Africa” Leundeu Keunang by the LAPD.