Silent march held in response to Clemmons decision

On Saturday, a silent march was held in remembrance of Jocques Clemmons.  Marchers stopped at the residence of Mayor Megan Barry, leaving a coffin shaped box and signs. The march was led by the Justice for Jocques Coalition and local chapter of Black Lives Matter. In response to the march, Mayor Barry released the following statement, “I appreciate and respect the right of Nashvillians to voice their opinion through peaceful protest.  I am glad to see that everyone remained safe and I appreciate the MNPD doing their part to ensure that happened.” (photos: Marcus Jones)