Images from the "Justice for All March"

  • Tim holds his son, Tyson, as Rev. Sharpton speaks at the “Justice for All” march in Washington DC.
  • A demonstrator stages a “die-in” at the end of the “March for Justice” rally.
  •  Young demonstrators carry “Justice for Tamir Rice” flag during Washington, DC march. 
  • Morgan State University student Joseph Kent leads a call and response, chanting, ”Hands up, don’t shoot!”
  • Participants listen to Rev. Sharpton speak at the “Justice for All” march in Washington, DC.
  •  A diverse crowd of demonstrators march toward the capitol building.
  • Demonstrators listen to speakers at the ”Justice for All” march on Saturday.


On Saturday, December 13th, thousands of participants marched down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C for the “Justice for All March” led by Rev. Al Sharpton. The march was an organized protest against aggressive policing in minority communities and the recent grand jury decision not to indict officers in Ferguson, MO and New York City. It was first estimated that the march drew more than 10,000 demonstrators, but later estimates gave a figure of close to 25,000. 

Demonstrators came from different states, including New York, New Jersey and Maryland to partake in the march, and some locals from D.C. sold buttons and t-shirts that had protest slogans printed on them.