Hundreds Join Jordan Edwards' Family in Dallas March Against Police Brutality

Frustrated by a rift between police nationwide and the communities they serve, more than 300 people marched in Dallas on Saturday beside the family of 15-year-old Jordan Edwards, who was shot and killed by a Balch Springs officer now facing a murder charge.The crowd gathered in downtown Dallas at St. Paul's United Methodist Church around 10 a.m. before marching a mile through Uptown and ending at Pike Park where four decades ago a 12-year-old was killed by a Dallas police officer."If my son is not safe, then your son is not safe," said Colette Flanagan, who founded Mothers Against Police Brutality after her son Clinton Allen was killed in a confrontation with police in 2013.Marching with Flanagan and the Edwards family was the family of Jordan Gonzales, who was killed by police in Corpus Christi last October, and hundreds of others outraged at the number of lives lost around the country.  Continue reading...

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