WASHINGTON, DC (Press Shia Agency) – Human rights activists took to the streets in Washington one more time to protest against the fatal shooting of Terrence Sterling, a black man recently killed by US police.

According to Press Shia Agency dispatches, the protesters shut down several streets in Washington on Monday. They began their protests at 3rd and M Street where Sterling was killed on September 11.

Terrence Sterling was an unarmed black motorist shot by a police officer who did not turn on his bodycam until after the shooting. The lack of footage has left many frustrated and protesters have taken to Washington DC’s streets to demand accountability from the police.

The demonstrators chanted slogans against police brutality and carried signs, including two that read, “Black lives matter,” and “No justice, no peace, no racist police”.

The rally was peaceful with police accompanying the march along the way.