THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Alumni gather for Black and White Ball, residents march for Brandon Coleman

Sunday, August 4, 2013 | 4:44 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — This week Missourian photographers captured images at the Black and White Ball and Bradford Farm.

Unho Yi captured this image of Lottie William talking with friends and family during the Black and White Ball on Saturday at the Hilton Hotel.

In this photograph by Quint Smith,Ceizon Malveaux participates in the Black and White parade on Saturday. He was riding in a train car pulled by a lawn mower through downtown Columbia.

Bishop Lorenzo Lawson leads a march on Saturday for Brandon Coleman in this photograph by Unho Yi. Community members walked from Second Missionary Baptist to the Boone County Courthouse for Coleman, who was shot and killed May 19. There have been no arrests made.

Unho Yi captured this image at MU's Bradford Farm on Thursday of visitors listening to a lecture about organic farming. It was Bradford Farm's first Organic Production Field Dayc.

In this photograph by Kelly Coleman, a team that will compete in Bike MS in September gathered beneath the bur oak tree on Tuesday. The team will ride to support Kim Boyer who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in June.

Kelly Coleman shot this photograph Wednesday of the Jeff brothers, Nathaniel and Kenneth, looking into the new window of Almeta Crayton's home.

At the Columbia Farmers' Market, Sini Stephan captured this image of Maroua Jawadi reaching into her organic ice pop stand on July 27.

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