On the seventh day of protests, hundreds have gathered outside Phoenix City Hall in 109-degree heat to demand the city council better fund Phoenix’s recently approved civilian oversight of the police department.
Demonstrators get ready for the eighth night of protests against police brutality, beginning at Phoenix City Hall.
Phoenix police say hundreds of protesters marched Thursday evening from City Hall to the State Capitol, where demonstrators tried unsuccessfully to enter a building and instead broke windows.
Protestors chant "I can't breathe" while marching outside Phoenix City Hall in solidarity with the family of George Floyd, who died earlier this week in Minneapolis police custody after an officer knelt on his neck. 📹: @RobSchumacher1
BREAKING Migrant rights activist Carlos Garcia, a leader in fight against Sheriff Joe Arpaio & frequent protester at Phoenix City Council meetings, wins runoff election for District 8 seat on City Council. And City Hall holds its breath....
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