By Fox28, WXSYX
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — An organization is calling for police reform after the police shooting deaths of two Black men in Columbus this month.
Casey Goodson Jr. was shot and killed by a Franklin County deputy early December, and Andre Hill was killed by a Columbus Police officer last week.
The B.R.E.A.D. (Building Responsibility, Equality And Dignity) Organization is holding a rally at noon Wednesday at Washington Gladden Social Justice Park.
“We are tired of mourning these senseless deaths and issuing statements. The killing must stop!,” shared the organization in a statement ahead of the rally.
Participants at the socially-distant event are asked to hold black umbrellas to represent the Black lives lost to police killings.
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