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Protest marches to Attorney General Ellison home demanding action against police crimes

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Minneapolis march against police crimes (Photo by KingDemetrius Pendleton)

Minneapolis, MN - Nearly 200 people gathered at Plymouth and James Avenues, the memorial site where Jamar Clark was killed in 2015, answering the call of the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression - of which Twin Cities Coalition for Justice for Jamar (TCC4J) is a member - for a September 19 national day of action against police crimes.

The protest was organized under the demands for community control of the police, withdrawal of federal troops, and an end to white supremacist violence.

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