Two arrests at New York Black Lives Matter protest for Stephon Clark

Two protesters were arrested at a demonstration today in New York for Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man shot dead a year ago.

The protest started at Grand Central and walked through Times Square.

Protesters wave signs that read: "All Out for Stephon Clark - Protest the non-indictment of his murderers."

This month two police officers learned they would not face charges for shooting dead Clark in Sacramento in March 2018.

The shooting victim, aged 22, was shot at least seven times.