Kalief Browder

NYC law department: "Kalief Browder’s story helped inspire numerous reforms to the justice system to prevent this tragedy from ever happening again."

The Bronx teen spent a year at Rikers Island after he was wrongly arrested for a crime he didn't commit.

We have the power to invoke change as a collective, the rapper-mogul writes.

Akeem Browder reportedly confirmed the decision to HuffPost Monday.

The northwest corner of E. 181st St. and Prospect Ave. is now "Kalief Browder Way."