PHOTOS: Black Lives Matter protesters march, hold vigil at Temecula City Hall

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Racial injustice protesters march down Old Town Front Street as they make their way from the Temecula Duck Pond to City Hall for a vigil honoring black Americans who were killed from use of force by police, June 5. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Mariah Banda leads a “Black Lives Matter” chant for a group of protesters marching down Old Town Front Street in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Michael Tucker cries while observing a large group of protesters chant his brother’s name Matthew Tucker, an 18-year-old who was suicidal and ultimately fatally shot by sheriff’s deputies during the response in Temecula in 2016. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Michael Tucker is comforted by his family while becoming emotional over a large group of protesters chanting his deceased brother’s name Matthew Tucker, while marching in Old Town Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Hundreds of protesters march against racial injustice and discrimination in Old Town Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A counter protester observes a large group of “Black Lives Matters” protesters marching in Old Town Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Hundreds of protesters gather at Temecula City Hall for a vigil honoring a variety of black Americans who lost their lives from use of force by police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at Temecula City Hall to listen to a variety of speakers rallying support against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at Temecula City Hall to listen to a variety of speakers rallying support against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Hundreds of protesters gather at Temecula City Hall for a vigil honoring a variety of black Americans who lost their lives from use of force by police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Temecula city council members Matt Rahn (left) and Mike Naggar observe a gathering of “Black Lives Matters” protesters and listens to a variety of speakers voicing their opposition to racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at Temecula City Hall to listen to a variety of speakers rallying support against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Hundreds of protesters gather at Temecula City Hall for a vigil honoring a variety of black Americans who lost their lives from use of force by police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Hundreds of protesters gather at Temecula City Hall for a vigil honoring a variety of black Americans who lost their lives from use of force by police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A group of protesters comforts a protest leader as he gets emotional in front of hundreds of “Black Lives Matters” protesters at Temecula City Hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters gather at Temecula City Hall to listen to a variety of speakers rallying support against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo