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BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 12/23/14
Hundreds of people rallied in downtown here, Dec. 22, after District Attorney John Chisholm released his decision to not pursue charges against former Milwaukee police officer, Christopher Manney, in the fatal shooting of Dontre Hamilton last April.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 12/22/14
Two coordinated actions against racist police killings met at Interstate 43, Dec. 19, resulting in the arrest of 74 people.
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 staff | Ogden, UT | 12/14/14
On a wet and cold Dec. 13, protesters gathered at the Ogden City courthouse to demand an end to police brutality in Utah and all across the U.S.
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 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.
BY Sam Rogers | Kirksville, MO | 12/08/14
Only a three-hour drive from Ferguson is Kirksville, Missouri, home to Truman State University (TSU). On Dec. 5, students walked out on the last day of regular classes to demonstrate against racist police violence in Missouri and throughout the country.
BY staff | Miami, FL | 12/07/14
Over 500 people marched through the streets of Miami on Dec. 5 in response to a grand jury’s refusal to indict New York police officer Daniel Pantaleo who killed Eric Garner. The protest called for an end to police violence against African Americans, Latinos and other oppressed people in the U.S.
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