About 50 demonstrators rallied in Times Square in conjunction with 14 other cities to highlight the deaths of 200,000 people due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Demonstrators angry with Sen. Lindsey Graham gathered outside his D.C. home in the early morning hours Monday to protest his push for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (📸: @SunriseMvmtDC )
A proposed class-action suit filed in Los Angeles federal court last month alleges the mass detention of more than 2,600 demonstrators in downtown Los Angeles in May and June was a violation of their rights under the U.S. and California constitutions.
Around 5,000 demonstrators have marched in Berlin on Sunday to call on Germany to do more for refugees and migrants made homeless in Greece.
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Heavily armed federal officers fired gas canisters at a crowd of nonviolent demonstrators outside the White House. 'This was a peaceful protest,' CNN analyst Jackie Kucinich wrote. 'And they are using tear gas. In the United States. In front of the White House.'
Trump just had peaceful demonstrators viciously attacked. No, Mr. President. This is not a dictatorship. This is the United States of America. Our citizens have a constitutional right to peacefully protest. It's called the First Amendment.
In several cities, images emerged of police officers joining demonstrators during their protests over the death of George Floyd, marching with them and kneeling in solidarity. One police chief told @ABC "it's a partnership with the community."
On the 31st anniversary of Tiananmen Square, the country the world is watching with concern for the safety and rights of peaceable demonstrators is the United States of America. We have 152 days to win back our country’s place in the world. Let’s get to work.