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Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.Less than a week after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Michelle Cusseaux was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer.
An anti-police brutality march took place in downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday August 23rd. The march was organized to address the issue of racist cops and to express solidarity with anyone and everyone who has been harshly, wrongly, illegally treated and/or gunned down by police.
The march started and ended at Civic Park and lasted for about 3 hours. There were more than 100 of us participating. We broke some traffic laws by marching in the street, into on-coming traffic, and stopping in main intersections… We were constantly surrounded by dozens of police cars, motorcycle and bicycle cops, with a helicopter overhead but no one was arrested or harmed.
If your someone who wants revolution, this is a way to do it. Get off your couch and do something. Nothing is going to change if we sit around and wait for it. Surround yourself with activists because being apart of something greater is empowering. We can stand up to our oppressors. Racism is relevant and its unacceptable. We are all human and we all deserve respect. Justice to all who have lost their lives to the police.
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