Protest in Sacramento: City’s response continues to nationwide shooting deaths

Protestors march from Crocker Park to the state Capitol on July 11, 2016, in Sacramento, Calif. It was another in a string of demonstrations in the city.
Protestors march from Crocker Park to the state Capitol on July 11, 2016, in Sacramento, Calif. It was another in a string of demonstrations in the city. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

Protests responding to killings of black men by police elsewhere in the United States have been held in Sacramento throughout July. Following is a collection of stories, videos and photos published at sacbee.com since the demonstrations began on July 8.

July 17:

New activists create challenges – and opportunity – for Black Lives Matter

Police shootings evoke tears, sympathy at Blue Lives Matter rally

Sadness spread across the State Capitol on Sunday, July 17, 2016, when Sacramentans who gathered to rally support for police officers around the country, but were faced with the news that three more police officers were killed in Baton Rouge, La.

July 16:

Black Lives Matters rally asks for police transparency

Led by Tanya Faison, Sacramento Black Lives Matter protesters say local police fatal shootings deserve scrutiny. Some 60 protesters gathered in front of police headquarters Saturday.

New generation of LGBT activists sees ‘confluence’ with Black Lives Matter

July 12: Black Lives Matter activists take fight to Sacramento County supervisors meeting

Black Lives Matter demonstrators spoke at a meeting of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, addressing the recent police shootings making national headlines. Community organizer Kevin Carter later shared his though

July 11: Hundreds march through Sacramento to protest police killings of black men

Marchers made their way from Sacramento's Crocker Park to the California state Capitol in protest of recent police killings of black men in the United States on Monday, July 11, 2016.

Hundreds more people gathered at Crocker Park in downtown Sacramento for the fourth day that demonstrators have come together to protest the recent shooting of African American men by law enforcement officers in Louisiana and Minnesota. Protesters

July 10: Protesters hold third local Black Lives Matter rally

Sacramento's ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War & End Racism) teamed up with local members and supporters of Black Live Matter hold a rally at Franklin Boulevard and Florin Road in South Sacramento on Sunday, July 10, 2016. This was the third p

July 9: Black Lives Matter activists gather outside Scott Jones’ campaign office

July 9: Nevada City councilwoman faces backlash after blaming police for Dallas shootings

GALLERY: Black Lives Matter holds demonstration in Carmichael

July 8: Group marches at state Capitol to protest police shootings of black men

A call over social media drew roughly 100 people to the California State Capitol in downtown Sacramento on Friday, July 8, 2016. Protesters marched down L Street near Capitol Park holding signs that read "Black Lives Matter," and "We challenge the