In the wake of the Freddie Gray murder, Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby has risen to prominence on the national stage as part of a larger, ongoing conversation about police brutality.
Mosby was recently shot by famed celebrity photography Annie Leibovitz and profiled for a brief article, published in Vogue, that features interesting articles about her early life and education.
It was 21 minutes that would change her life and send ripples of both outrage and relief across the country. On the first day of May, as a battalion of lawyers stood on the steps of Baltimore’s War Memorial, state’s attorney Marilyn J. Mosby stepped up to the podium and did what no lead prosecutor in America had done in many turbulent months: bring swift and severe charges against police officers in the death of a black man.
Read the entire profile at Vogue.