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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.
Family of Mohamed Bah at Centre St. vigil Bill Moore Photos

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.