Riverside citizens care and demand justice in the shooting of Michael Brown

Riverside citizens care and demand justice in the shooting of Michael Brown
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In an effort to show that Riverside citizens care and demand justice in the shooting of Michael Brown, the unarmed Black teenager killed by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer, over fifty protesters marched through downtown Riverside Wednesday joining thousands of Americans in hundreds of cities across the country protesting the grand jury’s decision to not indict Darren Wilson, the officer in the case. Riverside protesters carried signs and chanted in unison in a very peaceful demonstration ending at the Martin Luther King statue near city hall.

Members of the group said they were demonstrating to raise awareness that the killing of young Black males is a punishable crime and they stand in support of the people of Ferguson.

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