Protesters hold up their signs in Baton Rouge on Friday evening as they hold demonstration against police brutality in front of the Louisiana Governor's Mansion. Among the victims cited by demonstrators was Trayford Pellerin, who was killed by Lafayette police on Aug. 21.
Protesters hold up their signs in Baton Rouge on Friday evening as they hold demonstration against police brutality in front of the Louisiana Governor's Mansion. Among the victims cited by demonstrators was Trayford Pellerin, who was killed by Lafayette police on Aug. 21.

BATON ROUGE – More than 100 protesters rallied outside of the Governor’s Mansion Friday evening, demanding police reform and advocating for transparency in multiple cases involving deaths as a result of police violence.

Groups from across Louisiana, including The Village 337 of Lafayette, the state NAACP, ACLU of Louisiana, BR for the People, Democracy at Work LSU and the New Black Panther Party, traveled to attend the protest. 

Krystal Muhammad, the national chair of the New Black Panther…

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