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City Council Action to Demand Justice for Yuvette Henderson

  • 1333 Park Ave Emeryville, CA, 94608 United States (map)

In February, Emeryville police killed Yuvette Henderson, a 38-year old Black woman and mother of four after she was assaulted at the Home Depot. It was clear from the different sizes of the bullet holes that multiple weapons, including an AR-15 assault rifle, had been fired at her.

It has been more than 6 months and not one official police report on Yuvette's killing has been made public. The Alameda coroner is unnecessarily withholding the autopsy results of Yuvette's death, which is key to the family's ongoing fight for answers and accountability. 

Come to the Emeryville City Council meeting to demand that the Council directs the coroner to release Yuvette's autopsy report to her family.

Earlier Event: August 30
Canvass for Yuvette Henderson
Later Event: September 16
Anti Police-Terror Project General Meeting