MAP: Protests and events in Sacramento following Stephon Clark decision

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Eucario Calderon - The State Hornet

Tanya Faison, Sacramento’s Chapter Leader for Black Lives Matter chants with a group of protestors on March 2 outside the Sacramento Police Department headquarters on Freeport Boulevard. The Sacramento County District Attorney’s decision not to charge the officers responsible for shooting and killing unarmed 22-year-old Stephon Clark has sparked multiple protests and other events to be planned in Sacramento and Sac State.

The Sacramento County District Attorney’s announcement Saturday that charges will not be filed against the officers who shot and killed unarmed 22-year-old Stephon Clark has sparked protests and other events to be planned in the Sacramento region. Sacramento State will have “spaces for healing and discussion” available throughout the week where students can seek support following the decision.

Mitchel Bobo contributed to this report.