San Jose Families Rally Together for #FreedomNow

San Jose families who lost loved ones to police violence, rallied together in solidarity with The Movement for Black Lives. Laurie Valdez, whose partner was killed by San Jose State Police has been a leader in reaching out to other families who have experienced the same unspeakable loss, so that they know that they do not walk the long road to justice alone.

Laurie Valdez with other San Jose families affected by police violence stand outside City Hall


Woman holds "Stop Killing Us" sign


Families listen to speakers at #FreedomNow rally

Oscar Grant's Uncle Bobby speaks at the mic


Children of Antonio Guzman hold his and Diana Showman's photo below


San Jose Independent Police Auditor speaks to the crowd


Richard "Harpo" Jacquez's daughter and Oscar Grant's Uncle Bobby stand together


Anthony Nuñez's cousin holds his poster


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About Jean Melesaine

Jean Melesaine is a queer Samoan community activist, documentary photographer and editor with Silicon Valley De-Bug. 

This article is part of the categories: Community  / Law & Justice  / Photo  / Politics  / San Jose//South Bay 
This article is part of the tags: Black Lives Matter  / #FreedomNow  / Police Violence 

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