DENVER (AP) - About 200 demonstrators have held a peaceful, silent vigil in Denver for people who died at the hands of police.
The gathering was held Thursday in a park across from the State Capitol and was part of a National Moment of Silence.
The vigils were prompted by the shooting death of an 18-year-old man by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, and the death of a New York City man caused by a police officer's chokehold.
No police were visible at the Denver vigil.
Some people held signs saying "Stop Police Brutality" and "Hands Up Don't Shoot," a reference to witness accounts describing Brown as having his hands in the air as he was shot.