Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the Newton Police Department on Thursday, then chanted and marched over to Newton City Hall and staged a die-in protest.
The story of Wednesday's Boston Common rally through signs—some ornate, many direct, damn near all poetic justice.
In Boston’s latest show of solidarity with George Floyd, thousands of demonstrators took to Boston Common Wednesday to continue their condemnation of police violence.
The “Not One More” rally started in Franklin Park yesterday evening, with demonstrators protesting the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and police brutality everywhere.
Before any windows got smashed last night, with a small group of demonstrators squaring off with violent police, tens of thousands of people marched from Nubian Square in Roxbury to the State House on Beacon Hill. These images by Derek Kouyoumjian portray that event, which ran from approximately 6:30pm to 9:30pm before cops started spraying protesters with chemicals.
Hundreds of people attended a peaceful candlelight vigil on JFK Plaza in Lowell last night for George Floyd, a black man who was killed earlier in the week as a result of a violent confrontation with Minneapolis police.
The Hub action, which was organized by Mass Action Against Police Brutality, saw protesters march to Nubian Square in Roxbury, and later to the Boston Police Department’s District 4 station in the South End.
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Boston celebrates Pride month, and commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewalls Riots
Boston commemorated pride, and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, with a record setting parade. Over 50,000 people marched in the 2.27 mile parade across Boston, ending at City Hall Plaza. This year’s theme—Looking Back, Loving Forward—was intended as a message of hope ...