An armed coalition of Black self-defense groups including New Black Panther Party, Elmer Geronimo Pratt Gun Club, and the Black Liberation Movement rallied Saturday throughout Gulfport, Mississippi for Jaheim McMillan, a 15-year-old shot last month by police.

The rally began at the local Family Dollar, where police shot McMillan in the head on October 6. The circumstances are still being investigated. The rally ultimately caravanned to the Gulfport Police Station, where the coalition demanded the officer who shot McMillan be identified and fired.

“We ain’t saying ‘hands up.’ We’re saying we’re gripped up! And we dare you to shoot,” said Black Lives Matter of Greater New York Founder Hawk Newsome, who now leads Black Opportunities Inc.