For the second straight year, demonstrators took to the streets of Albuquerque to protest the annual National Rifle Association's Police Shooting Championships.
More than 50 people showed up. Many of the protestors dressed in black, representing local people killed by APD in recent years.
"We're having this March because we’re opposed to state violence. We view this competition as a glorification of the violence that is a huge problem in communities across the nation and especially here in Albuquerque,” organizer Erin Boldt told KOB TV.
According to the Department of Justice, Albuquerque officers killed 20 people between 2009 and 2012.
Albuquerque contracts with the NRA to host the police shooting competition and the contract runs through 2017.