Several thousand people marched down Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue on June 17 to demand an end to the New York Police department’s controversial stop-and-frisk policy. The silent march, organized by the NAACP and a coalition of nearly 300 other groups, sought to draw attention to the damage the massive spike in street interrogations is causing to communities of color. For more, read Andrea Jones and Max Rivlin-Nadler’s article on the march.