McGill students hold protest to support family of Michael Brown
MONTREAL- Hundreds of McGill students gathered Tuesday night to support the family of Michael Brown, and are calling for justice for the American teen.
A grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri announced Monday that officer Darren Wilson would not be charged in the shooting death of the unarmed teen last August.
The Black Students’ Network of McGill organized a peaceful protest in the early evening.
More than four hundred students met at the Roddick Gates and congregated on the lower field.
Students of all races came out to show their support for Brown’s family.
Many holding candles and holding signs saying ” the truth is we are all one bullet away from being a hashtag.”
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