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Minneapolis protest against racism, police crimes and corporate greed set for Super Bowl

By Mick Kelly |
December 28, 2017
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Minneapolis, MN – A large-scale protest challenging racism, police crimes and corporate greed is set to coincide with the 2018 Super Bowl that will take place at U.S. Bank Stadium, on Feb. 4.

Organized by a host of progressive organizations that have come together as the Super Bowl Anti-racist, Anti-Corporate Coalition (SACC), demonstrators will gather at 3 p.m., Feb. 4, at a location that will be announced soon.

Jess Sundin, an organizer with the Twin Cities Coalition for Justice for Jamar (TCC4J), states, “On Feb. 4 we are going to step into the national spotlight at the 2018 Super Bowl with a clear anti-racist message. Football players have been protesting racism and police brutality, and on Feb. 4 we will be doing that as well.”

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