Event organizer Ashley Balack of Albany high fives Brandie Mehlhorn of Corvallis while protesting with Isaiah Savage also of Corvallis.
Albany police officer Jorge Salang shakes the hand of Tracy Chatton.
More than 1000 people lined Ellsworth Street in Albany to protest for racial justice Tuesday afternoon.
Albany City Councilor Alex Johnson II thanks Albany residents Tami Wallace and her son Drayden Schmidtke for attending the protest.
Tamiya Mitchell of Albany holds a sign out of the shun roof as friend Morgan Gerig leans out the window while Tamiya's mother Christina Payne drives the two through the protest on Ellsworth Street.
Heather Carmichael of Albany talks to the crowd assembled at Albany City Hall.
Hundreds gathered to hear speakers in front of Albany City Hall before carrying their protest to Ellsworth Street.
Johana Huey of Albany speaks to the crowd that before a candlelight vigil.
Earlean Wilson Huey talks to the crowd at City Hall in Albany.
Ismail Warsame of Corvallis shares a story about how he was profiled while trying to return an item that his wife had purchased at an Albany retail store.
Johana Huey of Albany ends his speech before the vigil.
Event organziers Ashley and Emily Balck of Albany open up the day's protest at Albany City Hall.
Charles WIlliams of Albany holds his hand over his heart while clutching a bible at the protest.
Amy Hilton of Albany, right, protests with friends and family.
The protesters gathered on knees holding up phones and candles for about nine minutes.
Jadah Schmidtke, 16, of Albany speaks to hundreds gathered at the start of the protest.
Jessie McCartney of Lebanon holds a sign while protesting on Ellsworth Street.
Law enforcement moved school buses to block off Broadalbin and protect the peaceful protesters.
Albany City Mangaer Peter Troedsson More than 1000 people lined Ellsworth Street in Albany to protest for racial justice Tuesday afternoon.
Protesters walk from the courthouse to Ellsworth Street during the Tuesday event.
Tamiya Mitchell of Albany holds her protest sign at the event on Ellsworth Street.
Priscilla Esplin of Buena Vista holds up her protest sing while standing in her jeep.
Natalie Lattri, of Lodi, Calif., left, Liz Ebel of Albany and Emily Louth of Albuquerque join the protest in Albany.
Lt. Charles DeJesus of the Salvation Army offered counseling on Linn County Courthouse lawn during a protest against racial injustice on Tuesday in downtown Albany.
Hundreds gathered to hear speakers in front of city hall before carrying their protest to Ellsworth Street in Albany.
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