Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times 30 May 2020

Protesters march through downtown L.A. protesting George Floyd's death for a second night


Protesters demonstrating against the the killing of George Floyd clashed for hours with police on the streets of downtown Los Angeles, blocking the 110 Freeway, vandalizing cars and property and getting into a series of tense altercations with officers.

At least four LAPD officers were hurt, some after being hit by debris. Multiple arrests were made.

Protesters marched through the streets of Santa Monica Thursday, chanting "black lives matter" and stopping to sit down in several intersections. (June 4)
Recent Harvard graduate and Ohio State Buckeyes basketball player Seth Towns talks to John Buccigross on SportsCenter about being detained by Columbus police while peacefully protesting the death of George Floyd. Towns describes the events that led to him being detained by police and explains the duty he feels to use his platform to fight for social justice.

Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman on First Take to discuss his protesting efforts in the wake of George Floyd's death and actions that should be taken by the Committee on Racial Injustice & Reform, which was formed by the National Basketball Coaches Association (NBCA).

NBC News' Keir Simmons reports from Hyde Park as protesters march down Park Lane in solidarity with U.S. protests over George Floyd's death. Aired on 06/03/2020.

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