Friday December 14, 2018
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BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 12/29/14
On Dec. 29, a local judge delayed the court dates for several of the Jacksonville 19. All 19 were protesting the killing of Eric Garner by New York police and were arrested for blocking a major bridge. Judge Michelle Khalil granted a request by the lawyer for several of the protesters change their arraignment to Jan. 13, 2015.
BY Kosta Harlan | Durham, NC | 12/20/14
About 60 people marched to the Durham police headquarters, Dec. 19, to protest attacks by Durham riot police on peaceful protesters in recent weeks.
BY Mick Kelly | Bloomington, Minnesota | 12/20/14
Thousands of protesters shut down large sections of the biggest shopping mall in the U.S., the Mall of America (MOA), in the early afternoon of Dec. 20, demanding an end to police brutality.
BY staff | Jacksonville, Fl | 12/16/14
On Dec. 15, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office returned some of the phones they seized from the 19 protesters who shut down the Hart Bridge last week.
BY Jonathan Waring | Gainesville, Fl | 12/15/14
On Dec. 12, students and community members blocked the entrances to a basketball game between the University of Florida (UF) and Texas Southern University.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 12/13/14
19 protesters arrested for shutting down the Hart Bridge in Jacksonville were released from jail on Dec. 9.
BY Michela Martinazzi | Gainesville, Fl | 12/10/14
350 people, mostly students, marched from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in downtown Gainesville to the intersection of University Avenue and 13th Street.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 12/09/14
Nearly 20 protesters were arrested by Jacksonville police for blocking afternoon traffic on the Hart Bridge on Dec. 8.
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BY Farah Khan | Gainesville, FL | 12/08/14
150 students participated in a die-in, called for by the University of Florida’s chapter of Dream Defenders, Dec. 5, to protest ongoing police brutality in the U.S. After the decision to not indict the NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo who murdered Eric Garner, protests gained speed all over the U.S.
BY Kim DeFranco | Minneapolis, MN | 12/08/14
Over 200 high school students from Patrick Henry, Hopkins and South High Schools came together here, Dec. 7, to protest racist police killings and the failure to indict the cops who killed Mike Brown and Eric Gardner. The students started at the steps of the Minneapolis Public Library with speeches and spoken word.
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