Ayanda Chisholm, center, raises her hands with members of the crowd at Pratt Park in Seattle’s Central District as they chant, “Hands up, don’t shoot.” About 100 people attended the NAACP Seattle King County's gathering Thursday in solidarity with Ferguson, Mo., over the shooting of an unarmed black teen by a white police officer.
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