Tom Fontaine, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—Nearly 100 people marched Saturday afternoon from the Lower Hill District to Downtown to demand that three city police officers be charged for allegedly beating a Homewood teen in January.
WTAE—Supporters of CAPA student Jordan Miles march from Freedom Corner to the City-County Building. Miles’ claim of being assaulted by Pittsburgh police in Homewood is under investigation.
Timothy McNulty, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette—In a peaceful but vocal march from the Hill District to Downtown this afternoon, some 200 protesters called for prosecutions of city police involved in the arrest and beating of a Homewood honors student five months ago.
WPXI—They gathered at Freedom Corner in the Hill District calling for changes. A newly formed group called the Alliance for Police Accountability wants justice for Jordan Miles.
Ann Rodgers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette—On a hot Good Friday morning, people came out of their homes and businesses in Homewood to watch about 200 people — black and white, Christian and Muslim — march along Frankstown Avenue to pray for an end to violence and prejudice in the suffering neighborhood.