10 31 2014
  10:22 pm  
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The citizens group (I'm) Everyday People will be holding a Palm Sunday Prayer Vigil at certain sites where unarmed citizens have died at the hands of Portland Police.

Starting at 3 p.m. on March 28, mourners will travel to six different sites to commemorate the lives of Deontae Keller, Kendra James, James Jahar Perez, Dickie Dow, James Chasse. The group is asking participants to bring candles. For more information, please email everydaypeople2008@live.com, or call 503-962-9607.

Vigil Itinerary:

3 p.m.

Deontae Keller (02/28/96); N. Interstate and Shaver St.
Kendra James (05/05/03); N. Skidmore St. and Michigan Ave.
(Skidmore Freeway Overpass)

4:30 p.m.
James Jahar Perez (03/28/04); Lucky Day Cleaners & Laundry & City Food Market, 7200 block of N. Fessenden
Dickie Dow 10/20/98; N. Lombard and Fenwick

5:30 p.m.
James Chasse, Jr. (09/17/06); N.W. 13th Ave. and Everett St., (Downtown Portland)

6:30 p.m.
Aaron Campbell (01/29/10); Sandy Terrace Apartments, 12800 N. E. Sandy Blvd.


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