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  • Sacramento Together protest police shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota

    Members of Sacramento's faith community gathered Thursday evening outside the Sacramento County Jail to mourn the fatal shootings of two African American men in Louisiana and Minnesota at the hands of law enforcement officers. The recent shootings are reminiscent of the deaths of African American men in Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore and other cities across the country, said members of Sacramento Area Congregations Together, which organized the local rally.

Members of Sacramento's faith community gathered Thursday evening outside the Sacramento County Jail to mourn the fatal shootings of two African American men in Louisiana and Minnesota at the hands of law enforcement officers. The recent shootings are reminiscent of the deaths of African American men in Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore and other cities across the country, said members of Sacramento Area Congregations Together, which organized the local rally. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
Members of Sacramento's faith community gathered Thursday evening outside the Sacramento County Jail to mourn the fatal shootings of two African American men in Louisiana and Minnesota at the hands of law enforcement officers. The recent shootings are reminiscent of the deaths of African American men in Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore and other cities across the country, said members of Sacramento Area Congregations Together, which organized the local rally. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento call to action issued after shootings in Louisiana, Minnesota

July 07, 2016 10:28 PM

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