Taking to the Streets to Mark One Year Since Police Murder of Eric Garner

Updated July 20, 2015 8:30 pm | Revolution Newspaper | revcom.us


Why are we still fighting for justice in 2015?


July 17—A year ago NYPD cops choked Eric Garner to death in Staten Island, NYC. Protests were called for in NYC and elsewhere across the country to mark one year since that murder by police—to "take our outrage to the streets."

Below are initial reports from New York City; Los Angeles and Oakland, California; Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; Atlanta, Georgia; and Houston, Texas. We will update photos and short reports as we receive them.






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