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@burnera33681935  @DavidAndrew2T  @flpd1136here ’s no relationship between the incidents of police brutality and these cities based on what your saying: George Floyd was killed In Minneapolis. It’s not in the list Breonna Taylor, Louisville, not on the list Ahmaud Arbery, rural Georgia, not on the list

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Over the past few weeks, anti-racist protests have gained momentum across the U.S. after the recent deaths of Ahmed Aubrey in Brunswick Georgia, Breonna Taylor in Louisville, George Floyd in Minneapolis and Rayshard brooks in Atlanta.

After 10+ days of mass protests and 10,000+ arrests: - Minneapolis city council pledged to ban police - Schools ended their police contract - 4 charged for #GeorgeFloyd 's murder - Louisville suspended no-knock warrants But none have been charged for #BreonnaTaylor 's killing.

Alabama man continues 1,000-mile justice walk to Minneapolis with stop in Louisville

Alabama man continues 1,000-mile justice walk to Minneapolis with stop in Louisville

Man walking from Alabama to Minneapolis in silent protest came through Louisville Sunday:

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Man walking from Alabama to Minneapolis in silent protest came through Louisville Sunday:

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Minneapolis announces plans to disband their police and Louisville still hasn’t even charged the men who murdered #BreonnaTaylor 

From Brunswick to Indianapolis to Tallahassee, Minneapolis, and Louisville — our families can’t take it anymore. We must #DefendBlackLife  and #DefundPolice .

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Looting leads to shooting, and that’s why a man was shot and killed in Minneapolis on Wednesday night - or look at what just happened in Louisville with 7 people shot. I don’t want this to happen, and that’s what the expression put out last night means....

NUMBERS TO CALL INCASE OF UNLAWFUL ARRESTS AT PROTESTS 310-313-3700 - LA 210- 227-1515 - SATX 804-291-8520 - Richmond VA 783-346-6322 - NY 612-444-2654 - Minneapolis 404-689-1519 - ATL 484-758-0388 - Philadelphia 502-705-0081 Louisville

Minneapolis: A photographer was shot in the eye. Washington, D.C.: Protesters struck a journalist with his own microphone. Louisville: A reporter was hit by a pepper ball on live television by an officer who appeared to be aiming at her.

Protesters nationwide have applauded charges being brought against the 4 Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's death. In Louisville, however, the officers who shot & killed 26-year-old Breonna Taylor have still not been charged.

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Tonight there are protests in: • boston • nyc • atlanta • LA • Chicago • DC • minneapolis/st. paul • louisville • dallas • sacramento • bakersfield • san jose

i’ve spent the night in jail. it’s miserable. people in louisville and minneapolis are risking that tonight to fight for justice in the world. if you want to help get them out sooner, give to one or both: louisville minneapolis

The death of George Floyd has ignited protests in multiple US cities, including: • Minneapolis and St. Paul, MinnesotaPhoenix, ArizonaDenver, ColoradoLouisville, KentuckyMemphis, TennesseeColumbus, Ohio

While protests erupt in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd, outcry over the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor is reaching boiling point in Louisville, Kentucky. Overnight, seven people were shot downtown, according to the Louisville mayor.

What we saw in Minneapolis, Louisville, and other cities tonight is what happens when authorities waste time talking around the real problems with policing. Forget looking for the “bad apples.” Any solution that isn’t about structural reform or abolition isn’t worth entertaining.

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