SACRAMENTO -- Protesters came together for a march through Sacramento's Meadowview neighborhood Monday to mark the anniversary of Stephon Clark's shooting death.
Demonstrators gathered in solidarity with Clark's family at a light rail station just a block from where Clark was killed in his grandparents’ backyard.
Eventually, hundreds marched around a mile away to Meadowview Park. There the crowd stopped and formed a circle to share their feelings on the outcome of Clark's case.
Families of other people also killed by police officers shared their loved one’s stories.
Clark’s brothers and mother also addressed the crowd. FOX40 asked Clark's mother, SeQuette, what the date meant to her.
"This is not an anniversary, this is not a day of celebration. This is a day that we hate. I hate March 18," she said. "My son was brutally murdered and taken from me on this day. I don't like this day but I love my people, I love my community."
After around an hour, the crowd turned around and marched back to the light rail station.
Follow FOX40's live blog below for updates on this march.