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Justice For Stephon Clark: 20 Photos Of Protest And Heartbreaking Moments In Sacramento [PHOTOS] was originally published on newsone.com

1. Stephon Clark’s Grief-Stricken Brother

Stephon Clark’s Grief-Stricken Brother

Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, addressed fellow protesters in Sacramento on March 28. Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old unarmed African-American man and father of two, was shot and killed by police on March 18 in the backyard of his grandmother’s home.

2. Stephon Clark’s Brother Speaks To Protesters

Stephon Clark’s Brother Speaks To Protesters

Stevante Clark talked to activists after the fatal shooting led to national outcry.

3. Stephon’s Clark Brother Sends Poignant Message

Stephon’s Clark Brother Sends Poignant Message

Stevante Clark held a sign with the words “I Can’t Breathe,” the last statement of Eric Garner, a Black New York City father who was fatally shot by police in July 2014.

4. Protesters Take To The Streets

Protesters Take To The Streets

Protester Brian Burage held up signs as Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters marched through the streets on March 28 in response to Clark’s fatal police shooting.

5. Black Lives Matter Activists Join Protest

Black Lives Matter Activists Join Protest

Black Lives Matter protesters marched on March 28.

6. BLM Shouts For Justice

BLM Shouts For Justice

Black Lives Matter protesters demanded justice for Clark.

7. Protesters Call For End To “Genocide” Of People Of Color

Protesters Call For End To “Genocide” Of People Of Color

Ian Jameson marched as Black Lives Matter protesters made their way through Sacramento streets on March 28.

8. Protest Signs Speak Volumes

Protest Signs Speak Volumes

Leslie Williams held up a sign when Black Lives Matter protesters blocked an intersection in Sacramento during on March 28.

9. Activists Crowd The Block

Activists Crowd The Block

BLM activists had the streets on lock to fight for just punishment over Clark’s killing.

10. Women Stand For Clark

Women Stand For Clark

Activists shouted that no justice equals no peace.

11. Stopping “Cops Who Kill”

Stopping “Cops Who Kill”

BLM protesters were out in full force to fight for Clark.

12. Clark Remembered At Wake

Clark Remembered At Wake

Community and family members paid their respects during a wake for Clark at Bayside of South Sacramento in Sacramento on March 28.

13. Clark Honored

Clark Honored

At his wake, gatherers wore shirts in honor of Clark.

14. Stephon Clark’s Brother Takes A Stand

Stephon Clark’s Brother Takes A Stand

Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, personally addressed Sacramento city council members at a special City Hall meeting on March 27.

15. Hundreds Attend Sacramento City Council Meeting On Clark’s Death

Hundreds Attend Sacramento City Council Meeting On Clark’s Death

Attendees prayed after Stevante Clark at the special City Hall meeting.

16. Sacramento Kings Shout Out Stephon

Sacramento Kings Shout Out Stephon

Sacramento Kings forward Justin Jackson and teammates wore T-shirts bearing Clark’s name during a game at Golden 1 Center on March 25.

17. Demonstrators Protest Clark’s Fatal Police Shooting

Demonstrators Protest Clark’s Fatal Police Shooting

A BLM protester, wearing a sweatshirt with Clark’s picture, approached California Highway Patrol officers who blocked an entrance to Interstate 5 during a demonstration on March 23. This was the second day that dozens of protesters marched through Sacramento streets.

18. BLM Makes A Point

BLM Makes A Point

BLM protesters chanted as they blocked the entrance to the Golden 1 Center during a demonstration on March 22.

19. Protesters Begin To Make Noise About Clark

Protesters Begin To Make Noise About Clark

A BLM protester held a sign as he marched with hundreds on Interstate 5 during a demonstration on March 22.

20. Protests Erupt Over Clark

Protests Erupt Over Clark

Black Lives Matter protesters held signs as they staged a demonstration for Clark outside of Sacramento City Hall on March 22.

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