The Stephon Clark mural at Sacramento’s Improv Alley. Clark was an unarmed man shot by police three years ago today.
Sacramento agrees to pay more than $500,000 to settle lawsuit by 84 people arrested during protest over Stephon Clark’s death
For @UCD_Diversity ’s Principles of Community Week, The Sacramento Bee is screening ‘S.A.C.’ - @MissUhhLyssa’s documentary on the life and legacy of Stephon A. Clark. Join us for a Q&A in the Education Building of UC Davis Medical Center. #SACdoc #StephonClark
We’re preparing to screen #SACdoc , a documentary on the life and legacy of Stephon A. Clark at Genesis Church in #Meadowview . We’re just about to start. @Chief_Hahn , Stevante Clark and Larry Lee of @SacObserver will present on a panel after.
Stevante Clark, Stephon’s brother on forgiveness: “I was in jail thinking about everyone I’d met—I didn’t know any of them until my brother died. So, I started turning my pain into purpose. I can’t get my brother back. But I can help make sure it doesn’t happen again.” #SACdoc
Stephon Clark family attorney Ben Crump: Florida shooting suspect "was not shot once. But a young black man holding a cellphone is shot 20 times. Young man who was bombing homes in Austin ... He wasn't shot once. But an unarmed black man holding a cellphone is shot 20 times."
Powerful moment. Stephon Clark's brother comes face to face with police officers at the protest downtown. "20 times," he says to each of them #StephonClark
Stephon Clark was shot dead in his backyard by two police officers in Sacramento. The officers said they were investigating a crime when Clark walked toward them with what looked like a gun. It was a cellphone. He leaves behind 2 children aged 1 and 3.
Matt Barnes, pictured here holding one of Stephon Clark's two kids, announced at the rally he organized that he will be starting a "Clark's boys" fund to make sure the children of the late Stephon Clark go to college.