From left, holding up their fists Jibril Hough, a Muslim leader Willie Ferrell, brother of Jonathan Ferrell, during the Charlotte 'die-in' in honor of Jonathan Ferrell held in the street in front of the Mecklenburg County Jail and Mecklenburg County Courthouse on Monday August 10,2015. Die-ins involve lying in public spaces to illustrate what many see as a national wave of police brutality against African-Americans.
From left, holding up their fists Jibril Hough, a Muslim leader Willie Ferrell, brother of Jonathan Ferrell, during the Charlotte 'die-in' in honor of Jonathan Ferrell held in the street in front of the Mecklenburg County Jail and Mecklenburg County Courthouse on Monday August 10,2015. Die-ins involve lying in public spaces to illustrate what many see as a national wave of police brutality against African-Americans. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
From left, holding up their fists Jibril Hough, a Muslim leader Willie Ferrell, brother of Jonathan Ferrell, during the Charlotte 'die-in' in honor of Jonathan Ferrell held in the street in front of the Mecklenburg County Jail and Mecklenburg County Courthouse on Monday August 10,2015. Die-ins involve lying in public spaces to illustrate what many see as a national wave of police brutality against African-Americans. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

Protesters, Ferrell family, stage peaceful ‘die in’ outside courthouse

August 10, 2015 11:18 PM

UPDATED August 11, 2015 07:22 AM

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