Solidarity Action For Ferguson, In Spokane: Photos

19 year old Joshuena Williams, center, leads a chant in front of city hall during a Solidarity Action for Ferguson march and rally, a protest in reaction to Ferguson, Mo. Police Officer Darren Wilson not being indicted for the shooting and killing of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, in Spokane, Wash., Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014. Over 200 people attended. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)

I photographed a solidarity action for Ferguson event yesterday, for The Inlander, in Spokane. Over 200 people attended to protest the grand jury decision to not indicting Ferguson, Mo. police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown. To see more photos, go to


5 thoughts on “Solidarity Action For Ferguson, In Spokane: Photos

  1. gpcox

    Any excuse for a day of arson and looting, eh? We ALL need to listen to the jury, if the legal process fails, we get that slippery slope – chaos ensues.

      1. gpcox

        That’s the way it should be – civilized. I’ve seen so many people agreeing with the violence, I suppose I got carried away.

      2. Young Kwak Post author

        It’s hard to understand something when neither of us are in St. Louis, at least I assume you aren’t there. There is history we won’t understand.

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