A Year Without Tamir Rice

A Year Without Tamir Vigil

In Actions, Racial Justice, Racial Profiling by RJC

The family of Tamir Rice, the 12 year-old boy who was shot on November 22, 2014 (and died a day later) in Cleveland, Ohio, has called for a National Day of Action on the anniversary of his death.

Join the Racial Justice Coalition for a vigil to remember Tamir Rice and demand justice for him and his family.


Whatcom Peace and Justice Center
1220 Bay Street
Bellingham, WA 98225


Sunday, November 22, 2015
Gather at 12:00pm
Vigil starts at 12:30pm (the time that Tamir was shot)

** Bring your own candle **


Tamir Rice was a 12 year-old boy murdered by police officers Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback while playing with a toy gun at a recreation park near his home, in Cleveland Ohio. Video released shows officer Loehmann fire two shots at Tamir within seconds of the officer’s arrival; before the car came to a complete stop. After the encounter, neither officer administered first aid and Tamir subsequently died the next day. Nearly a YEAR later with many delays there is still no justice for Tamir – neither officer has even been CHARGED with Tamir’s murder.

ONE YEAR Since Tamir Rice’s Murder By Police and STILL NO JUSTICE!
Now is the time to show our support and our outrage, and stand with Tamir’s family.