17 unforgettable photos of black people protesting the police killing of Alton Sterling

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Earlier this week, after Baton Rouge, Louisiana police shot and killed Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man, outside the Triple S Food Mart—where Sterling regularly sold music CDs—people took to the streets of Baton Rouge to hold vigils, remember Sterling's life, and protest police violence.

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Photographer Julie Dermansky was in Baton Rouge on Wednesday, at a vigil for Sterling the day after his killing, and the images she captured are powerful portraits of what is now a tragically common scene—people gathered at the scene of a police killing of a black person, crying out for justice.

She shared these images with Fusion:

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