Protest in Seattle for Indigenous Black Lives

Protesters took to the streets for the 4-year anniversary of the murder of Renee Davis, an indigenous black woman. More than 200 protesters attended the demonstration, demanding justice for her and her unborn son who were murdered by police on the 21st of October, 2016.

Renee Davis had suffered from domestic violence and was suicidal one night, on the 21st of October. Police broke into her home violently, in no professional or calm manner. They found her with an unloaded gun in her hand, with the magazine in the other. Police told her to drop the gun simultaneously as they unloaded 10 rounds into her, killing her unborn child instantly. Police stood over her as Renee bled out, facing no consequences after that.

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