On Dec. 2 2017, friends and family members of Mario Woods gathered in the Bayview with community activists to commemorate the two-year anniversary his killing by San Francisco police. The group of 50 marched to the corner of Third St. and Fitzgerald Ave., where the 26-year-old was shot 21 times by five police officer. Woods’ shooting, caught on cell phone video, was one of a string of officer-involved shootings that forced former Police Chief Greg Suhr to resign in May 2016. District Attorney George Gasc√≥n is still investigating his killing. No officer in San Francisco has been charged in any of the police shootings.