CHICAGO (CBS) — A Women’s History Month honor for Anjanette Young.

Two years ago, she was a victim of a wrong raid by CPD.

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“This has been a journey for me. This is also a journey that I would not have chosen for myself,” Young said. “I am somewhat of a very private person, kind of behind the scenes, you know, doing the work, helping people.”

The Leaders Network presented Young with its first-ever Rosa Parks Award.

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Since the wrong raid in 2019, young has shared her story with CBS 2, leading to change in the way police use search warrants.

It has also led to an executive order from Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, protecting the rights of victims of alleged police misconduct.

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