MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- Another large protest in downtown Milwaukee on Sunday afternoon, December 14th that started in Red Arrow Park. this one isn't just about officer involved shootings, it's also about identity.
The whole demonstration lasted about an hour before the crowd filled the street and marched to the DA's office. Their message at that location, was even louder.
It's one of the largest gatherings yet at Milwaukee's Red Arrow Park. Hundreds are uniting in one message.
The demonstration Sunday afternoon is organized by dozens of local churches. It echoes similar rallies taking place across the country remembering the lives of young black men.
"We are here to stand in solidarity with the families of Micheal Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice," said a protester.
Killed by white police officers -- Red Arrow Park is where 31-year-old Dontre Hamilton was shot 14 times by Milwaukee Police Officer Christopher Manney. Hamilton's brother spoke to the crowd:
"There can be no compromise without true justice. We will not stop putting the pressure on those who deserve to know how the people feel," said Nate Hamilton.
And among the cries for justice it appears city leaders are listening. Both the Milwaukee police chief and mayor spoke to the crowds.
"I don't know when the DA is going to release his findings but I wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't relatively soon, but I don't know," said Mayor Tom Barrett.
23-year-old Brittany Malone admits she came to the park Sunday to ice skate, but couldn't help but be moved by what's taking place around her.
"I'm all about the peaceful protest today," said Malone.
Hamilton was shot in Red Arrow Park back in April. The District Attorney has previously said he's waiting for the conclusion of several investigations before making a decision about charges.
Here are some photos from the protest.