Protesters Gather in Cleveland to Protest Shooting of Tamir Rice

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A T-shirt line is memorializing the names of African-Americans that were shot by police, including Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old boy who was killed by two Cleveland police officers in 2014.

The shirt series, titled “They Have Names,” was created by fashion designer Kerby Jean-Raymond for the brand Pyer Moss.

Other names on the shirt series include Trayvon Martin, Freddy Gray, and Samuel DuBose. DuBose was fatally shot during a traffic stop in July 2015 by former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing.



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