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Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested.  [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested. [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Ruth Beltran of the Tampa chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement leads a march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested.  [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Ruth Beltran of the Tampa chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement leads a march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested. [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested.  [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested. [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested.  [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested. [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested.  [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Protesters march in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested. [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Cory Weckerle of Black Lives Matter Tampa chapter speaks to the crowd gathered in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested.  [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Cory Weckerle of Black Lives Matter Tampa chapter speaks to the crowd gathered in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested. [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Ruth Beltran of Black Lives Matter Tampa chapter speaks to the crowd gathered in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested.  [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Ruth Beltran of Black Lives Matter Tampa chapter speaks to the crowd gathered in Clearwater demanding justice for Markeis McGlockton who was shot and killed after an argument in Clearwater. The shooter was not charged because of Florida's stand your ground law. Activists are seeking justice and demand the shooter be arrested. [Sunday August 5, 2018] Tampa FL 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network speaks during a rally protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater on Sunday, August 5, 2018.  2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network speaks during a rally protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater on Sunday, August 5, 2018. 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works
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Civil Rights attorney Ben Crump speaks to protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church1002 Palmetto Clearwater on Sunday, August 5, 2018.   2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Civil Rights attorney Ben Crump speaks to protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church1002 Palmetto Clearwater on Sunday, August 5, 2018. 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works
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Civil rights attorney Ben Crump holds Markeis McGlockton Jr., 5, the 5-year-old son of Markeis McGlockton Sr. during a rally at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church. Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network spoke during a rally protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater, Florida on Sunday, August 5, 2018.   2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Civil rights attorney Ben Crump holds Markeis McGlockton Jr., 5, the 5-year-old son of Markeis McGlockton Sr. during a rally at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church. Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network spoke during a rally protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater, Florida on Sunday, August 5, 2018. 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works
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Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network speaks during a press conference while the McGlockton family behind him to protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater on Sunday, August 5, 2018.   2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network speaks during a press conference while the McGlockton family behind him to protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater on Sunday, August 5, 2018. 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works
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A crowd filled capture video of the Rev. Al Sharpton during his speech at a rally for the slain Markeis McGlockton at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater, Florida. Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network spoke during a rally protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater, Florida on Sunday, August 5, 2018.   2018-08-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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A crowd filled capture video of the Rev. Al Sharpton during his speech at a rally for the slain Markeis McGlockton at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater, Florida. Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network spoke during a rally protest the killing of Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed Black man shot to death this month in a blatant misuse of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law at the St. John Primitive Baptist Church in Clearwater, Florida on Sunday, August 5, 2018. 2018-08-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Octavio Jones / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado: April 27, 2018. Protesters at the Colorado Teachers Rally in front of the Colorado State Capital building.  ©Kent Meireis / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado: April 27, 2018. Protesters at the Colorado Teachers Rally in front of the Colorado State Capital building.
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Denver, Colorado: April 27, 2018. Protesters at the Colorado Teachers Rally in Civic Center Park near the state capital.  ©Kent Meireis / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado: April 27, 2018. Protesters at the Colorado Teachers Rally in Civic Center Park near the state capital.
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Richmond , California - July 7, 2018 - Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported.  The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond , California - July 7, 2018 - Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported. The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond , California - July 7, 2018 - Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported.  The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond , California - July 7, 2018 - Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported. The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond , California - July 7, 2018 - Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported.  The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond , California - July 7, 2018 - Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported. The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond , California - July 7, 2018- Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported.  The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond , California - July 7, 2018- Zen Buddhists from Green Gulch Farm anchor a vigil of several hundred people outside the Richmond Detention Center, where immigrants are incarcerated before being deported. The Buddhists and others called for ending the separation of immigrant mothers and children, and the detention of immigrants in centers like that in Richmond. © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees.  Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them.  Soledad and her two daughters © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees. Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. Soledad and her two daughters © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees.  Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them.  Griselda's brother Hugo has been imprisoned in the detention center for one year and three months © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees. Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. Griselda's brother Hugo has been imprisoned in the detention center for one year and three months © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees.  Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them.  Kara
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Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees. Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. Kara
Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees.  Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees. Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees.  Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them.  Adriana © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees. Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. Adriana © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees.  Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them.  Soledad and her two daughters © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees. Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. Soledad and her two daughters © David Bacon/The Image Works
Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees.  Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. © David Bacon/The Image Works
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Richmond, California - July 14, 2018 People of faith and immigrants call for family members to be released from the West County Detention Center, where immigrants have incarcerated before being deported. The Contra Costa Sheriff announced he was canceling the contract with Federal authorities under which the jail has housed immigration detainees. Protestors are calling for the detainees to be released to their families, and fear that instead they will be transferred to facilites far away where they will no longer be able to visit them. © David Bacon/The Image Works

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