Garner suffered "major brain damage" from a heart attack last weekend.
Among her survivors are two children, a daughter Alyssa and a four-month-old son, Eric; her mother, Esaw Snipes; and her siblings, Emerald Garner, Eric Snipes, Emery Snipes; and a half-sister, Legacy Garner-Miller. "She left on her own terms".
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Garner was an outspoken advocate for police accountability, calling for justice and police reform following the 2014 death of her father, whose dying gasps of "I can't breathe" as a New York City police officer restrained him became a rallying cry at Black Lives Matter protests.
"My thoughts are with Erica Garner", he said. "We didn't deserve her", read messages from Garner's Twitter, now operated by a family member. Video of the incident shows New York Police officer Daniel Pantaleo tackling Garner from behind and taking him to the ground using a department-banned chokehold.
Garner became an activist and spoke out against police brutality after her father's death was caught on cell phone video in 2014. Pantaleo had been in the process of arresting Garner on the suspicion that he was selling loose cigarettes. Sharpton became an adviser to Eric Garner's family after his death. She was also very critical of the Democratic Party, the war on drugs and systemic oppression in urban communities. "This is just the first fight in 27 years she lost". She didn't deserve this. The march ended at the spot where her father died, and brought together several social activist organizations.
Rev. Al Sharpton made a similar point in lauding Erica Garner as a "warrior to the end" in her fight for justice on Saturday morning at a meeting with the National Action Network.