Clergy coalition takes stand against "injustice"

Posted at 8:25 AM, Dec 08, 2014

People will gather in front of Buffalo City Hall to take a stand against what organizers are calling injustice.

The Concerned Clergy Coalition of Western New York will host a press conference and rally Monday in response to the Grand Jury deciding not to indict police officers accused of abuse.

This is just one of many protests across the country and in the Queen City. Last week, people rallied in Elmwood Village. Those involved with the protests said they want to fight this battle peacefully.

Many people want to take a stand against injustice but also want to improve the relationship between the police officers and the people they serve. They said improving relationships may prevent misconduct in the future.

The group will meet in Niagara Square in front of Buffalo City Hall at 10 a.m. Protesters will also hold a rally on Saturday December 13th at noon in the square.