‘Black Sunday’ held in Port Chester

A week of outrage in the streets to protest alleged police brutality culminated Sunday with a national day of worship called "Black Sunday."



A church service was held at Girtman Memorial Church of the Living God in Port Chester for African-Americans killed by police.



Protesters say they are pushing for reforms to the justice system and are calling for special prosecutors to handle cases against police.



They were also praying for peace and change.


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