Editor's Note: As part of its commitment to cover the intersection of race and business, The Dispatch will feature one Black-owned business a week throughout February. That's in addition to continued examination of the barriers faced by Black business owners. At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic last year, Rhonda Reese tried to stay grounded and focused by writing, walking and creating art. She was sleeping better, breathing easier and feeling more energetic.
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Police near Dallas admitted Monday they had no justification for arresting a Black teenager who was walking home in the snow and had committed no crime. Plano police officers were called Feb. In body camera footage police posted on Facebook, officers rolled up to the person, later identified as high school senior Rodney Reese, and asked if he needed a ride as the mercury hovered around 18 degrees. Reese, 18, explained he was going home after his shift at Walmart and didn't need assistance.