Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Photos: Solidarity Action for Ferguson

Posted By on Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 7:40 AM

More than 200 people attended Solidarity Action for Ferguson march and rally last night in response to Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson not being indicted for the shooting and killing of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. After a "die-in" in front of Spokane City Hall, symbolizing Brown's body being left in the street for hours after his death, marchers walked from City Hall to the STA Plaza and back chanting "no justice, no peace" and "hands up, don't shoot," among others.

click to enlarge Local NAACP chapter President and Inlander commentary contributor Rachel Dolezal, left, draws a chalk outline around her 20-year-old son Isaiah Dolezal as part of a "die-in" in front of City Hall. - YOUNG KWAK
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Local NAACP chapter President and Inlander commentary contributor Rachel Dolezal, left, draws a chalk outline around her 20-year-old son Isaiah Dolezal as part of a "die-in" in front of City Hall.

click to enlarge Jackie Vaughn, bottom, walks down W. Spokane Falls Blvd. - YOUNG KWAK
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Jackie Vaughn, bottom, walks down W. Spokane Falls Blvd.

click to enlarge Twenty-year-old Isaiah Dolezal, right, carries a Pan-African flag as his 13-year-old brother Franklin Moore walks along his side down W. Spokane Falls Blvd. - YOUNG KWAK
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Twenty-year-old Isaiah Dolezal, right, carries a Pan-African flag as his 13-year-old brother Franklin Moore walks along his side down W. Spokane Falls Blvd.

click to enlarge Fred Ward, center, Jackie Vaughn, right, and others walk down N. Wall St. - YOUNG KWAK
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Fred Ward, center, Jackie Vaughn, right, and others walk down N. Wall St.


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