On December 6th over 1200 people gathered at Garfield High School to protest the recent Ferguson grand jury ruling not to indict officer Darren Wilson for killing unarmed black male Michael Brown, in addition to the Staten island grand jury ruling not to indict NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo, racial profiling, police brutality and lack of accountability, and systemic institutional racism. The march was organized by University of Washington students, and peacefully occupied numerous intersections along 23rd avenue & Jackson street where individuals of color spoke out against said issues and offered personal experiences in a racialized society. The march ended at Seattle Police Department Headquarters where a silent vigil was held for those lost to police violence and more speeches were given.
Also read my coverage of the second #Blacklivesmatter march that day which resulted in 7 arrests.
Below are photos taken during this rally: