NYC march against police brutality outnumbers DC protests

Nearly 30,000 people swarmed the streets of Manhattan Saturday afternoon as part of a day of national protests against police brutality. The turnout in New York appeared to be bigger…

Nearly 30,000 people swarmed the streets of Manhattan Saturday afternoon as part of a day of national protests against police brutality. The turnout in New York appeared to be bigger…

Source:: NYC march against police brutality outnumbers DC protests

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