A look at a Colorado Black man’s death in police encounter

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A look at a Colorado Black man’s death in police encounter

A supporter holds up a shirt to call attention to the death of Elijah McClain in August 2019 in Aurora, Colo., during a news conference on the west steps of the State Capitol after Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed a broad police accountability bill Friday, June 19, 2020, in downtown Denver.
A demonstrator gestures while joining hundreds of others at a rally for Elijah McClain outside city hall in Aurora, Colo. McClain died in August 2019 after being stopped by three Aurora Police Department officers while walking through the east Denver suburb of Aurora.
Demonstrators gather for a press conference at the Aurora Municipal Center after the police department released the body camera footage of Elijah McClain, who died after being stopped by three Aurora officers in August 2019.
On Nov. 23, 2019, attorney, Mari Newman, right, hugs Sheneen McClain during a press conference at the Aurora Municipal Center after the police department released the body camera footage of McClain’s son, Elijah, being stopped while walking by three officers from the Aurora Police in late August 2019. McClain died three days later from injuries sustained during the stop.
On Nov. 23, 2019, Mari Newman, the family attorney of Elijah McClain, speaks to the media during a press conference outside the Aurora Municipal Center after the police department released the body camera footage of Elijah McClain in Aurora, Colo. McClain died after being stopped by three Aurora Police Department officers while walking through the east Denver suburb in late August 2019.
On June 6, 2020, hundreds of protesters turn out at city hall to call attention to the death of Blacks at the hands of local police in Aurora, Colo. Demonstrators were rallying to point to the death of Elijah McClain in August 2019 after he was stopped by three officers of the Aurora Police Department while walking through the east Denver suburb.

A look at a Colorado Black man’s death in police encounter

A supporter holds up a shirt to call attention to the death of Elijah McClain in August 2019 in Aurora, Colo., during a news conference on the west steps of the State Capitol after Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed a broad police accountability bill Friday, June 19, 2020, in downtown Denver.
A demonstrator gestures while joining hundreds of others at a rally for Elijah McClain outside city hall in Aurora, Colo. McClain died in August 2019 after being stopped by three Aurora Police Department officers while walking through the east Denver suburb of Aurora.
Demonstrators gather for a press conference at the Aurora Municipal Center after the police department released the body camera footage of Elijah McClain, who died after being stopped by three Aurora officers in August 2019.
On Nov. 23, 2019, attorney, Mari Newman, right, hugs Sheneen McClain during a press conference at the Aurora Municipal Center after the police department released the body camera footage of McClain’s son, Elijah, being stopped while walking by three officers from the Aurora Police in late August 2019. McClain died three days later from injuries sustained during the stop.
On Nov. 23, 2019, Mari Newman, the family attorney of Elijah McClain, speaks to the media during a press conference outside the Aurora Municipal Center after the police department released the body camera footage of Elijah McClain in Aurora, Colo. McClain died after being stopped by three Aurora Police Department officers while walking through the east Denver suburb in late August 2019.
On June 6, 2020, hundreds of protesters turn out at city hall to call attention to the death of Blacks at the hands of local police in Aurora, Colo. Demonstrators were rallying to point to the death of Elijah McClain in August 2019 after he was stopped by three officers of the Aurora Police Department while walking through the east Denver suburb.
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