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Sunday, July 10, 2016

Protests Over Police Violence Spread Around U.S.

Protests Over Police Violence Spread Around U.S.

EDUARDO MUNOZ / REUTERS

The marches come after a week of tragedy: deaths as a result of police officers actions, and the killings of police.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Thousands of people took to the streets in U.S. cities on Friday to denounce the fatal police shootings of two black men this week, marching the day after a gunman killed five police officers watching over a similar demonstration in Dallas.
Protesters clogged roadways in New York City, Atlanta and Philadelphia on Friday evening, and events also were planned for San Francisco and Phoenix. Local media reports did not indicate any immediate instances of major clashes or injuries.
Thousands marched in Atlanta in what appeared to be the largest demonstration, chanting and waving signs demanding justice, video posted to social media showed. Footage from local broadcasters showed the massive crowd facing off with dozens of police vehicles that were stopped on a local interstate highway.
John Bazemore/AP
John Bazemore/AP
Demonstrators march through downtown Atlanta to protest the shootings of two black men by police officers Friday, July 8, 2016. Thousands of people marched along the streets of downtown to protest the recent police shootings of African-Americans. Atlanta Police Chief George Turner and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said earlier in the day that people have the right to protest this weekend but urged them to cooperate with law enforcement.
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016.
John Bazemore/AP
John Bazemore/AP
Demonstrators march through downtown Atlanta to protest the shootings of two black men by police officers, Friday, July 8, 2016. 
John Bazemore/AP
John Bazemore/AP
Demonstrators march through downtown Atlanta to protest the shootings of two black men by police officers, Friday, July 8, 2016.
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People walk over the names of people killed by police as they take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016. 
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016. 
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016. 
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
J’Shon Perkins, 17, of Jackson, Miss., thanks the almost 200 young marchers for participating Friday afternoon, July 8, 2016, in a peaceful protest march in downtown Jackson, to call attention to the apparent escalation of violence by authorities on black men and also honoring the five police officers killed Thursday evening in Dallas. 
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Devin Cousin, 20, of Florence, Miss., raises his fist as he and about 200 mainly young marchers walk through downtown Jackson, Miss., Friday afternoon, July 8, 2016, to call attention to the apparent escalation of violence by authorities on black men and also honoring the five police officers killed Thursday evening in Dallas. 
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
People march holding their hands in the air in protest as they walk through Smith Park in downtown Jackson, Miss., Friday afternoon, July 8, 2016, to call attention to the apparent escalation of violence by authorities on black men and also honoring the five police officers killed Thursday evening in Dallas. The marchers chanted various slogans and the names of the men killed in police shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana. 
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Demonstrators with Black Lives Matter rally during a protest in front of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 8, 2016. 
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Demonstrators with Black Lives Matter march during a protest in Washington, U.S., July 8, 2016. 
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
A demonstrator with Black Lives Matter holds up a sign during a protest in front of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 8, 2016.

Protests Over Police Violence Spread Around U.S.

EDUARDO MUNOZ / REUTERS

The marches come after a week of tragedy: deaths as a result of police officers actions, and the killings of police.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Thousands of people took to the streets in U.S. cities on Friday to denounce the fatal police shootings of two black men this week, marching the day after a gunman killed five police officers watching over a similar demonstration in Dallas.
Protesters clogged roadways in New York City, Atlanta and Philadelphia on Friday evening, and events also were planned for San Francisco and Phoenix. Local media reports did not indicate any immediate instances of major clashes or injuries.
Thousands marched in Atlanta in what appeared to be the largest demonstration, chanting and waving signs demanding justice, video posted to social media showed. Footage from local broadcasters showed the massive crowd facing off with dozens of police vehicles that were stopped on a local interstate highway.
John Bazemore/AP
John Bazemore/AP
Demonstrators march through downtown Atlanta to protest the shootings of two black men by police officers Friday, July 8, 2016. Thousands of people marched along the streets of downtown to protest the recent police shootings of African-Americans. Atlanta Police Chief George Turner and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said earlier in the day that people have the right to protest this weekend but urged them to cooperate with law enforcement.
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016.
John Bazemore/AP
John Bazemore/AP
Demonstrators march through downtown Atlanta to protest the shootings of two black men by police officers, Friday, July 8, 2016. 
John Bazemore/AP
John Bazemore/AP
Demonstrators march through downtown Atlanta to protest the shootings of two black men by police officers, Friday, July 8, 2016.
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People walk over the names of people killed by police as they take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016. 
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016. 
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
People take part in a protest against the killing of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march along Manhattan’s streets in New York July 8, 2016. 
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
J’Shon Perkins, 17, of Jackson, Miss., thanks the almost 200 young marchers for participating Friday afternoon, July 8, 2016, in a peaceful protest march in downtown Jackson, to call attention to the apparent escalation of violence by authorities on black men and also honoring the five police officers killed Thursday evening in Dallas. 
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Devin Cousin, 20, of Florence, Miss., raises his fist as he and about 200 mainly young marchers walk through downtown Jackson, Miss., Friday afternoon, July 8, 2016, to call attention to the apparent escalation of violence by authorities on black men and also honoring the five police officers killed Thursday evening in Dallas. 
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
Rogelio V. Solis/AP
People march holding their hands in the air in protest as they walk through Smith Park in downtown Jackson, Miss., Friday afternoon, July 8, 2016, to call attention to the apparent escalation of violence by authorities on black men and also honoring the five police officers killed Thursday evening in Dallas. The marchers chanted various slogans and the names of the men killed in police shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana. 
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Demonstrators with Black Lives Matter rally during a protest in front of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 8, 2016. 
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Demonstrators with Black Lives Matter march during a protest in Washington, U.S., July 8, 2016. 
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
Joshua Roberts/Reuters
A demonstrator with Black Lives Matter holds up a sign during a protest in front of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 8, 2016.


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