Protesters rallied to the state Capitol building Monday.
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Protesters lined the streets of Madison Saturday, protesting the death of unarmed Tony Robinson.
Some protesters brought pictures of Tony Robinson, a recent graduate from Sun Prairie High School.
Maria Hamilton, mother of a young man killed by police in Milwaukee, said she plans to keep fighting.
Police officers roped off the area in front of the house where Tony Robinson was shot as protesters approached.
Protesters mourn the loss of Tony Robinson, a 19-year-old man who was shot and killed Friday night.
Officer Matt Kenny was the officer who shot Tony Robinson, sparking protests.
Protesters marched down East Washington Avenue to raise awareness for the officer-involved shooting of Tony Robinson.
Following the death of a 19-year-old black man named Anthony "Tony" Robinson, hundreds of demonstrators marched along East Washington Avenue, from Madison Police Department headquarters to the scene of the shooting on the 1100 block of Williamson Street.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin attended the protest on the 1100 block of Williamson street Friday evening.
A protester writes on the door of the Madison City County building.
Anthony "Tony" Robinson's grandmother, Sharon Irwin, yells at police before the protest at Williamson Street disbanded.
Madison police officers blocked off the 1100 block of Williamson Street while protesters chanted, sang, and prayed at the edge of the perimeter.
Nearly 150 protesters gathered at Williamson Street Friday night after 19-year-old Anthony Robinson was fatally shot by police in a nearby apartment.
Hours after Anthony Robinson was fatally shot by a Madison police officer, his grandmother, Sharon Irwin (second from the right), and aunt, Lorien Carter (pictured with the megaphone), asked the crowd at Williamson Street to keep demonstrations peaceful.
Nearly 150 protesters chanted, sang and prayed for the family of 19-year-old Anthony Robinson Friday night.
Anthony Robinson's grandmother, Sharon Irwin, and aunt, Lorien Carter, addressed protesters on Williamson Street hours after Robinson's fatal shooting.
After a Madison Police Department officer shot teenager Tony Robinson in an apartment on the 1100 block of Williamson Street Friday evening, a crowd of nearly 150 gathered at the scene to protest what they said was another example of racial injustice.
In a press conference Friday, Madison police announced the arrests of three men suspected in relation to shots fired at West Towne Mall, according to Madison Police Department Sgt. Tim Radke.
Colin Bowden, a member of the CDBG Committee, advocates to include those at risk for losing housing in the proposal’s definition for homelessness.