The diverse young crowd filled the pews at a Fresno church late last week to consider what Black Lives Matter might mean in their city.

Like protesters around the nation, they were angered at the police-shooting deaths of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana.

But it was outrage over the June fatal shooting of Dylan Noble — a white teenager whose supporters at a vigil brandished Confederate flags and shouted “white lives matter” — that pushed many of them out to the streets this month.

Read more in the Los Angeles Times.