Tamir Rice has been gone almost a year.
November 22nd is the one year anniversary of when Cleveland police officers gunned down 12-year-old Tamir Rice in a playground. The police who killed Tamir still haven’t been charged.
Tamir’s family is asking people to take action in Cleveland and across the country on the anniversary of his death. Now is time to show our outrage, and stand with the family’s demands.
This Wednesday, SURJ (Showing Up For Racial Justice) is hosting a conference call to share an update on the case how you can take action to get justice for Tamir.
Tamir’s death at the hands of police was senseless, unnecessary, and preventable. When police kill unarmed children, we expect them to be held accountable for their wrongdoing. We need to act to make sure these officers are prosecuted.
Register here for the phone conference: