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GALLERY: Activists protest Daunte Wright death

Mass Action Against Police Brutality organized an emergency press conference Thursday to protest the Sunday killing of Daunte Wright by police. More than 100 activists gathered at the Massachusetts State House to listen to speakers, including the mothers of Terrence Coleman and Burrell Ramsey-White, whose sons were killed by Boston police.

MAAPB organizers set up signs along the State House’s retaining wall. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Protestors gather with signs demanding justice for police brutality victims. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
A young protestor holds up a MAAPB banner. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
MAAPB organizer Brock Satter opens the press conference with a speech admonishing repeated killings by police officers. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
A demonstrator holds a “No Good Cops in a Racist System” poster at the front of the crowd. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
A member of the crowd holds up a sign asking for justice for Daunte Wright. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Two children peek over a banner, while one holds a “Jail Killer Cops” poster. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Hope Coleman, whose son Terrence Coleman was killed by police in 2016, speaks about the mishandling of her son’s death. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Members of the Independent Socialist Group hold signs in support of Black Lives Matter. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Carla Sheffield, whose son Burrell Ramsey-White was killed by Boston police in 2012, describes how her son’s routine traffic stop resulted in his death. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
Sheffield criticizes the Boston criminal justice system’s response to her son’s death and subsequent legal proceedings against the police officer who was responsible. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF
A protestor wearing a “F—- The Police” mask listens to Sheffield speak. HANNAH YOSHINAGA/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

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