More events are planned for this week in Sacramento as the city continues to deal with outrage over the death of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was killed by police on March 18.
Sunday was calm after a tense interaction during a peaceful vigil Saturday evening in which a sheriff’s SUV struck a protester.
“Be on the look out” for upcoming rallies and protests, the Sacramento Black Lives Matter group said on its Facebook page Sunday.
“We will continue to demand justice for not just Stephon, but for all lives that have been unjustly taken at the hands of law enforcement,” it said.
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