After immigrating to Canada almost 20 years ago, Latjor Tuel died after being shot by Calgary police on Feb. 19.

Tuel, a former child soldier originally from South Sudan, battled for a long time with mental health issues. On Friday, Feb. 25 the African Community Collective and many Calgarians gathered at city hall to protest against what they called an act of police brutality

Woman holding a sign that reads: “Black Mental Health is not a crime.” PHOTOS: EMMANUELLA KONDO
Latjor Tuel’s daughter, Nyalinglat Latjor, giving a speech at city hall on Feb. 25.
Woman protesting at city hall.
People holding a sign stating “Black Lives Matter.”
Calgarians gathered at city hall.

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