Woman Develops Pouch Aimed at Preventing Traffic Stop Deaths

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After hearing about the tragic death of Philando Castille, a woman came up with a way to save black lives during traffic stops.

Her fear was that what happened to Philando could happen to her own son.

She designed a pouch. The pouch clips on to the air vent in your car. You clip it to the vent closest to the driver’s side window.

In the pouch you put your driver’s license, insurance and registration. You also include your gun license if you have one.

That way, when the police officers comes up to your car you are not reaching for anything and your hands stay on the steering wheel.

It retails for $12.

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About Paris Nicole

Paris Nicole, a Richmond, VA native began her career at 16 years old as an intern at a local radio station.This experience and unique exposure ignited her passion for broadcasting and defined her career trajectory. Paris went on to graduate from Hampton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism. Paris Nicole has interviewed some of the hottest stars in the entertainment industry such as Rick Ross, Boris Kodjoe, Angela Bassett, Kerry Washington, August Alsina, and Trey Songz, just to name a few. Paris is a captivating presence on and off the air. Her talent and insight has been featured in top media outlets, such as XXL, Bossip, Centric, Vibe and MTV. She also served as the official host of Virginia for President Barack Obama‘s “DJs for Obama”campaign in 2012. Serious about using her talent and influence to impact lives, Paris, known throughout Richmond as “The Fly Chick,” also serves as a community advocate with her “Fly Kids Coat Drive,” “Fly for Prom,” and “Fly for School” campaigns. Paris Nicole is currently the Assistant Program Director and Midday Personality on WPHI Boom 103.9 Philly.

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