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BY Centro CSO | Los Angeles, CA | 6/06/20
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement by Centro CSO in Los Angeles, California.
BY Severin Mortensen | Grand Rapids, MI | 6/06/20
Protesters gathered in several major Michigan cities last weekend, including Grand Rapids and Lansing, demanding justice for the Minneapolis Police Department’s killing of George Floyd and for all victims of police brutality.
BY Jess Sundin | St. Paul, MN | 6/06/20
On Friday, June 5, the day after the Minneapolis memorial for George Floyd, and two days after all of his killers were finally charged for his murder, the building that houses the office of state Attorney General Keith Ellison was shut down by some 3000 protesters who came to demand more than charges in this single case.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 6/06/20
Only a week after marches, protests and car caravans demanding justice for George Floyd and victims of the Los Angeles Police Department broke out across Los Angeles, this rebellion has already begun to win concessions from the LA city government.
BY Fronte Popolare | United States | 6/05/20
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from Italian Marxist- Leninist organization Fronte Popolare.
BY Andy Koch | Chicago, IL | 6/05/20
Over 2000 cars, most with multiple occupants, and 1000 people on foot participated in a car caravan and march organized by the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression (CAARPR) on June 3.
BY Ryan Hamann | Milwaukee, WI | 6/05/20
On the morning of June 4, the family of Alvin Cole, a 17-year-old African American teen who was killed by Wauwatosa Police on February 2, together with around 25 supporters, held a press conference.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 6/05/20
Community activists who led a historic 3500-person protest for police accountability in Jacksonville are meeting brutality with solidarity.
BY Keadin Stayer | Portland, OR | 6/05/20
A casket sat at the bottom of the steps of Terry Shrunk plaza, as a sizeable crowd gathered to remember the lives of the most recent victims of state terror carried out by our nation’s police force, May 29.
George Floyd
BY Dylan Sojic-Borne | New Orleans, LA | 6/04/20
The night of June 3, hundreds of New Orleans protesters climbed the Crescent City Connection to fight racist violence and demand justice for police murders. The Connection is a highway bridge that crosses the Mississippi River to connect the East and West banks of New Orleans. The protesters fought as part of the Black Lives Matter and Justice for George Floyd movements, rallying behind various calls to abolish prisons and police.
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