Friday February 26, 2021
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BY C. R. Manor | Salt Lake City, UT | 8/22/14
Chants of “No justice, no peace, no killer police!” and “Hands up, don’t shoot!” filled the streets here, Aug. 20, with about 100 people rallying at the Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building.
BY David Hungerford | Newark, NJ | 8/21/14
Hundreds turned out for an Aug. 20 rally here to demand justice for Michael Brown.
BY Alekos Zambrano | Miami, FL | 8/20/14
Around 100 protesters met on the Wolfston campus of Miami-Dade Community College, Aug. 14, to demand justice for Mike Brown.
BY C. R. Manor | Salt Lake City, UT | 8/20/14
30 people rallied in Salt Lake City to call for an end to the police terror and to demand justice for the victims of police shootings.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 8/19/14
Over 250 people gathered for a rally here, Aug. 16, to stand in solidarity with the struggle in Ferguson, Missouri, where more than a week of militant protests have erupted since 18-year-old Michael Brown was murdered by a Ferguson police officer.
BY staff | Ferguson, MO | 8/18/14
Governor Nixon signed an executive order Aug. 18 ordering the deployment of the National Guard to Ferguson.
BY Didier Ortiz | Miami, FL | 8/18/14
Human rights advocates showed their support for the people of Gaza and Ferguson Missouri, Aug. 16. About 20 activists made their presence known at downtown Miami’s Torch of Friendship.
BY staff | Ferguson, MO | 8/17/14
Following Governor Jay Nixon’s announcement of a state of emergency here, police and state troopers launched an attack on protesters who were demanding justice for Mike Brown. In the early morning hours of Aug. 17, police used tear gas and carried out arrests.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Jacksonville, FL | 8/17/14
The entire country is carefully watching what is going on right now in Ferguson, Missouri after the police murdered 18-year-old African American Michael Brown on Aug. 9. Black people around the country are the most interested, and in the South, where Black people often constitute a majority or large plurality in some areas, people want real change. Community members in Jacksonville came together and held a rally and march downtown here, Aug. 16, for Michael Brown and his family.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 8/17/14
100 people gathered in solidarity with the African American community of Ferguson, Missouri and to remember police shooting victim Michael Brown, Aug 16.
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