National Action Network and NAACP hold prayer vigil for Mohamed Bah
11/14/2013, 2:35 p.m.
Mohamed Bah was the emotionally disturbed man who was killed by the NYPD this past September. On Wednesday, Nov. 13, Bah’s family, along with clergy and activists, held a prayer vigil at 100 Centre St. in Manhattan.
Standing with the family was pastor Michael Walrond, director of the National Action Network’s Ministers Division; NAN Membership Director Dominique Sharpton; the Bah family’s attorneys; Hazel Dukes of the NAACP; faith leaders; community leaders; elected officials; and other concerned citizen.
They stood in solidarity, praying for justice as the grand jury convenes to consider criminal charges against the officers involved.