Al Sharpton Calls for Washington, DC March in Wake of Eric Garner Indictment Decision – Ambition Magazine
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Al Sharpton Calls for Washington, DC March in Wake of Eric Garner Indictment Decision

After last week’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson for the murder of Mike Brown, millions of people were left confused, angered and disappointed. Some of those people were disappointed yet again when the officer who caused the death of another black man was not indicted. Yesterday it was announced that the police officer who choked and killed Eric Garner would not be charged. During a press conference after the decision, Rev. Al Sharpton announced the plan for a march to protest police violence and excessive force in the . The march is scheduled to take place on December 13, 2014. “It’s time for a national march for a national crisis,” Sharpton said. Read more at Chattertainment.com.

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