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May 10, 2018

Gun Violence

Faith in Indiana prayer vigil over Merit Board decision in Bailey case Mark Smith, a friend of Aaron Bailey attends a Faith Buy Photo Mark Smith, a friend of Aaron Bailey attends a Faith1 of 29 Carlos Moran, pastor of Iglesia Amigos church, center, Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Dean Stephen Carlsen of Christ Church Cathedral attends Mark Smith, right, a friend of Aaron Bailey attends Left to right, Rev. Shonda Gladden, pastor of St. Paul Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Phil Graybiel holds a candle during a Faith in Indiana Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Phil Graybiel holds a candle during a Faith in Indiana Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Grace Dible, center left, and Marissa Dooley, center Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Carmen Clark attends a Faith in Indiana prayer vigil Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Phil Graybiel, left, and Carmen Clark hold candles Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Faith in Indiana holds a prayer vigil outside the City Rev. Shonda Gladden, pastor of St. Paul AME Church, Grace Dible, left, and Marissa Dooley attend a Faith Eric Gomez, center, attends a Faith in Indiana prayer Left, John E. Girton, Jr., senior pastor of Christ Rosie Bryant, Lead Organizer for Faith in Indiana speaks Rev. Shonda Gladden, pastor of St. Paul AME Church Carlos Moran, pastor of Iglesia Amigos church, center, Left, John E. Girton, Jr., senior pastor of Christ Next Slide Mark Smith, a friend of Aaron Bailey attends a Faith in Indiana prayer vigil outside the City Market in response to the Civilian Police Merit Board decision in the Aaron Bailey case in Indianapolis on Thursday, May 10, 2018. The Civilian Police Merit Board found that the officers who fatally shot Aaron Bailey did not violate IMPD policy. Aaron Bailey, 45, was unarmed when he was fatally shot on June 29 after a traffic stop, short pursuit, and minor crash.

Activists and clergy gathered Downtown to bow their heads and pray that members of a civilian review panel would fire two officers who fatally shot unarmed motorist Aaron Bailey. The prayer turned out to be …

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May 10, 2018

Gun Violence

IMPD Merit Board clears officers of rules violations in shooting death of Aaron Bailey

Two IMPD officers have been cleared by the department’s merit board for the shooting that killed Aaron Bailey last June. The board returned their decision after 90 minutes of deliberation …

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May 10, 2018

Gun Violence

Faith Leaders Call For Termination Of Officers Who Fatally Shot Aaron Bailey

Religious leaders and protesters gathered before the meeting where a merit board will decidewhether or not to fire two officers responsible for the 2017 death of an unarmed black man, Aaron …

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May 9, 2018

Groups protest detention of undocumented immigrants

The Sisters of Providence and the group Faith in Indiana sponsored the vigil to send several messages, Battista said. “One of support for Sonia and her family support for Avile …

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May 9, 2018

Honduran Mother In Sanctuary Asks Trump To Be With Family

  Vicky Chávez , a Honduran immigrant who took refuge in the First Unitarian Church in Salt Lake City, in the state of Utah, participated in the same teleconference . “I have 97 days in …

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May 9, 2018

Healthcare

Demonstrators urging Medicaid expansion return to Capitol 4 years after arrest

Thirteen members of the “Medicaid 23” returned to the scene of their “crimes” Tuesday, just over four years after their arrests made national news. This time, when they arrived in …

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