‘Millions March’ against police brutality
Protesters are taking to the streets by the thousands in cities across the US to protest grand juries’ decisions not to indict the white officers responsible for the deaths of two unarmed black men, and demand police accountability.
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— Shawn Carrié (@shawncarrie) December 14, 2014
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We just reached Lincoln Terrace Park-March Leaders do a mic check:"We didn't come out to East NY for nothing. The 75th Precinct is corrupt."— Shawn Carrié (@shawncarrie) December 14, 2014
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Meanwhile in Oakland, popular Ferguson streamer Bassem Masri was attacked and had his phone taken away. Masri was broadcasting the Oakland protest live on Ustream at the time of the attack. According to reports on Twitter, the streamer was not hurt, but his device was broken.
Looks like someone my have stolen Bassem's phone, guys appear to be attacking him(8:00 on livestream video http://t.co/nlt8Mb97il)
— Angela Williams (@angela_williams) December 14, 2014
— (re)becca ツ (@bexology_) December 14, 2014
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Protesters describe "Dozens and dozens and dozens of cop vans filled with riot squad" in #BlackLivesMatter March as it goes into Brooklyn— Sputnik (@SputnikInt) December 14, 2014
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Watch this amazing time-lapse video of today’s Millions March passing 6th Ave in New York City.
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