Several hundred Black Lives Matter demonstrators gathered in Seattle's Westlake Park Tuesday evening. Signs bearing the names and faces of people of color who were killed by the police in recent years were distributed among the crowd.
With her son at her side, Nichelle Webster joined the march holding a sign that read simply, "Black Lives Matter.”
"I'm here for my son — and all the sons. I’m here for the black community. I'm here because black lives matter,” said Webster. “We need to focus on getting our men, our sons, into a society where they are equal.”