Black Lives Matter Sacramento has been diligently working to obtain justice for Adriene Ludd. Here is detailed report of our progress.
November 22nd marked one month that Adriene Ludd was murdered by the Sacramento Sheriff department. During that month, the family hasn't received any information on the death of their loved one.
They don't know how many times Adriene was shot.
They don't know who the officers names are that shot him.
They don't know why his body was left out on the ground uncovered for over 11 hours.
They don't know why, when he reached the coroner, he was again left out for 24 more hours. Forcing the family to have to cremate him.
The only things that this grieving family does know is that the imagery of Adriene that the media and sheriff department released to the public, was no where near accurate.Read more
Every Monday, we will post here about recent and upcoming actions and other activities that shed light on injustice in our local community, as well as how we can work together to create a more just Sacramento.
RECENT EVENTS: Black Lives Matter Sacramento attended the Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. The event, held on Saturday, November 21st, was a candlelight vigil to memorialize those murdered because of their actual or perceived gender identity and expression.
On November 27th, 2015, Black Lives Matter Sacramento will hold a candlelight vigil for Adriene Ludd.Read more