"There is nothing 'black' about rioting": Actor Jesse Williams unloads on Baltimore critics in passionate Twitter essay

The "Grey's Anatomy" actor wrote about the prevelance of rioting throughout history

By Joanna Rothkopf
April 28, 2015 6:24PM (UTC)
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On Monday evening, as Baltimore was rocked by violent and nonviolent protests alike, actor Jesse Williams, known for his role on "Grey's Anatomy" and for occasionally weighing in on issues of race and police brutality, wrote what amounted to an essay on the history of rioting.

Read the whole thing below:


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