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Unity urged at memorial for man killed by police on skid row
Unity urged at memorial for man killed by police on skid row

Calling for Pan-African unity in the protest movement against police violence, eight church leaders led a fiery service Saturday for Charly Leundeu Keunang, a homeless man shot and killed on skid row by Los Angeles police in a videotaped struggle seen around the world. The Rev. Kelvin Sauls of Holman United Methodist Church, who lent his West Adams sanctuary for the memorial, tied Keunang's March 1 death to controversial police killings of African American men nationwide. "Whether it's Ezell Ford, or whether it's Michael Brown or Trayvon Martin, we have seen an ongoing challenge around police brutality as regards black men," said Sauls, a South African immigrant....

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