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The Sacramento community gathered on Wednesday night to honor the memory of Stephon Clark, who was fatally shot by Sacramento police almost five years ago.

The Stephon Clark Legacy Dinner and Fundraiser took place just days before the anniversary of his death and aims to keep his legacy alive.

The 22-year-old was shot by officers in 2018, who mistook his cell phone for a gun.

His death sparked a national outcry and led to changes in California’s laws.

The event was supposed to feature Reverend Al Sharpton as the main speaker, but he was unable to attend.

The fundraiser supports ongoing efforts to bring justice and change to policing practices.

The Clark family continues to be a huge support for other families impacted by police violence and is creating groups to help navigate grief and loss.

The event serves as a reminder that Stephon Clark’s legacy lives on, and the fight for justice continues.

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