Police have confronted and killed three men in two days in West Covina, Lancaster and San Diego.
California lawmakers on Wednesday narrowly approved legislation to reduce racial profiling with unprecedented data collection on police stops.
The mothers of black men notoriously killed in recent years by police are on hand for a forum and luncheon organized by the Black Women’s Forum.
The California state Senate is advancing legislation to end the use of grand juries to investigate police shootings or cases of alleged excessive force by police.
California’s attorney general is stepping into the national debate over the recent slayings of unarmed civilians by police, calling for a review by her agency and promising to lead a public dialogue.
Congregants in African-American churches across the country wore black to Sunday services and prayed over the men in attendance in a symbolic stand against fatal police shootings of unarmed black men.
Authorities have killed two men and traded shots with a third in Los Angeles-area confrontations.