CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
Sunday will mark one year since the shooting death of Tamir Rice.
Since then, support for Tamir has spread nationwide.
As supporters of the Rice family continue to mourn his death, rallies and vigils will be held across the country as well as here in Cleveland.
12-year-old Tamir was shot and killed on November 22 by a Cleveland police officer, as he held an air soft pellet gun.
Saturday, there are three events planned; Banner for Justice for Tamir at the Cleveland Public Library, The MLK Branch is sponsoring a Butterfly Project Commemoration at the Cudell Recreation Center and a town hall meeting will take place at the Clark-Fulton Library.
A vigil is planned for Sunday then a march is scheduled for Monday afternoon.
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