Civil Rights Leader Rev. Al Sharpton to Deliver Eulogy for White Unarmed Arkansas Teenager Killed by Law Enforcement; Family Attorney Ben Crump to Deliver Remarks—
July 3, 2021
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Civil Rights Leader Rev. Al Sharpton to Deliver Eulogy for White Unarmed Arkansas Teenager Killed by Law Enforcement; Family Attorney Ben Crump to Deliver Remarks
Case Crosses Racial Lines Amplifying the Need for Criminal Justice Reform and an End to Police Brutality
ARKANSAS – Civil Rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, President of National Action Network (NAN), will deliver the eulogy of Hunter Brittain, the white unarmed teenager that was killed in Arkansas by law enforcement. The family of Hunter Brittain and civil rights attorney Ben Crump will deliver special remarks and reflections on Tuesday, July 6th . The family of Hunter Brittain requested civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton deliver the eulogy to highlight the need for inter-racial support against police brutality in America.
Hunter Brittain was a 17-year-old boy shot and killed during a traffic stop by Lonoke County Deputy Michael Davis in the early morning hours of June 23rd. Arkansas State Police say the case is still open and active.
Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of National Action Network
Rebecca Payne, Grandmother of Hunter Brittain
Jesse Brittain, Uncle of Hunter Brittain
Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump
Beebe High School
1201 W Center St
Beebe, AR 72012
Tuesday, July 6, 2021
12:30 pm CT
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