Brooklyn Killing By Cop: Mother Of Akai Gurley's Daughter Meets Sharpton Saturday

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REV. AL SHARPTON TO BE JOINED BY THE SISTER & DOMESTIC PARTNER/MOTHER OF AKAI KAREEM GURLEY’S DAUGHTER—THE 28 YEAR OLD UNARMED MAN FATALLY SHOT BY POLICE IN EAST NEW YORK—AT TOMORROW’S NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK (NAN) SATURDAY RALLY

WHO: Rev. Al Sharpton, President, National Action Network

Kimberly Michelle Ballinger, Domestic partner/Mother of Akai Kareem Gurley child

Akisha Pringle, Sister of Akai Kareem Gurley

Minister Kirsten John Foy, Northeast Regional Director

WHERE: National Action Network

106 West 145th Street (Lenox Avenue)

Harlem, New York

WHEN: Saturday, November 22, 2014 –

9:30 a.m. Press arrival at National Action Network

9:50 a.m. Rev. Al Sharpton to speak with family of Akai Kareem Gurley

(The rally will be live streamed at www.nationalactionnetwork.net & broadcast live on WLIB 1190AM.)

WHAT: Tomorrow at National Action Network (NAN), Rev. Al Sharpton and Minister Kirsten John Foy, NAN Northeast Regional Director; will be joined by Kimberly Michelle Ballinger, Akai Kareem Gurley’s domestic partner and mother of his two-year-old daughter, as well as his sister Akisha Pringle.

Mr. Gurley was fatally shot by NYPD late Thursday night at Louis H. Pink Houses in East New York; he was unarmed. NAN will call on the Brooklyn District Attorney to investigate whether or not this was an accidental shooting. 

 

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