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Ann Women looking for men winfield edit ] Hundreds of protesters gathered on the central square of the University of Michigan on May 30, with a series of activists and community members using a megaphone to speak about racial injustice and police violence. That day and for several days beforehand, protesters also marched through the streets of Ann Arbor.
The event, coordinated by multiple local and national civic ate, was described as being well organized, peaceful, and dault. The crowd listened to speakers prior to marching down Brady Street and across Michigan Avenue while chanting "No justice, no peace".
Demonstrators also celebrated the removal of the statue of former Dearborn mayor Orville Hubbardknown for his support of racism and segregation. The statue's removal came days after the statue had a Black Lives Matter T-shirt placed over escorys. Moving forward, protesters look forward to removing his name from streets, ballrooms, and buildings nearby. Speakers at the protest included Debbie Dingellthe U.
Detroit[ edit ] Hundreds protested in downtown Detroit starting on May Some protesters were seen throwing items at police officers and taunting them. On June 28, two protestors were violently thrown from a Detroit Police Department SUV that they had climbed on top of, and its rear window was also smashed in.
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Police also huor tear gas and pepper spray on the crowd of about people. Gladwin County Sheriff Mike Shea spoke in support of the event's organizers, but criticized the growing negative view of cops. Black lives do matter", with clashes later intensifying with protesters beginning to throw objects at police. Kalamazoo[ edit ] Two protests on May 30 in Mare brought in thousands of protesters with both protests eacorts down major traffic intersections and were peaceful.
About a thousand of them marched south from the Capitol, and the east to East Lansing where they protested outside the East Lansing Police Department. About protesters then returned to downtown Lansing. Marquette[ edit ] A of protesters gathered outside Marquette 's post office on May On June 1, community members free phone chat newington connecticut hundreds of students and faculty at Central Michigan University participated in a peaceful protest.
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The protesters had the full support of the university and coordinated with police prior to the stte, arranging for police escorts throughout the march. Pittsfield Township[ edit ] On June 9, hundreds of protesters estimates range from to marched from the Washtenaw County's sheriff office in Pittsfield Township to the Arborland shopping center to demand justice for George Floyd and for Sha'Teina Grady El, a woman from nearby Ypsilanti Township that was caught on camera being hit 3 times by a deputy during an arrest the month.
The director of public safety at Pittsfield Township's police department, Matt Harshberger, and the department's houf safety community coordinator, Ritchie Coleman, also participated in the kneeling. Organizers of the protest urged demonstrators to vote and helped people register to vote at a makeshift booth they had set up.
Port Huron[ edit ] Hundreds of demonstrators discreet nsa encounters near corpus christi up outside of the Municipal Office Dscorts on June 5 to protest the killing of George Floydracial injustice, and police brutality. The organizers made an effort to help unregistered voters to be able to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Saginaw[ edit ] On May 31, protesters began a hour occupation of the area outside the Saginaw Police Department in a demonstration called "Stand with the Ghost of George Floyd. They demanded reforms to law enforcement, which included de-militarization and mandatory mental illness and de-escalation training for police officers. The protest maarie organized by three high school girls from Chippewa Valley High School who, along with Eastpointe Mayor Monique Owens, hkur sure to urge protesters to vote to ensure lasting change.
The protest came in the aftermath of Shelby Township police chief Robert J.
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Shelide being placed on leave for inflammatory social media posts; he called for "body bags" for "vicious subhumans" involved in nationwide protests over George Floyd's murder at saukt hand of Minneapolis police officers. Protesters widely condemned his comments at the demonstration, though Dwojakowski declined to answer if he felt Shelide deserved to be fired for them. Traverse City[ edit uour On June 6, hundreds gathered in a peaceful protest in Traverse Bunbury transsexual escort to have open conversation on unity and racial inequality.
Both organizers and law enforcement spoke on not being afraid to have conversations on race and not being silenced in fear of confrontation.
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Traverse City police chief Jeff O'Brien stated "I used to think there's no problem here, but there really is a problem. This issue really is our nation's original sin and we've got to get over that.
We have to make sure that equality prevails. Troy[ edit ] On June 1, police blocked std traffic on Big Beaver Road as hundreds of protesters marched to the Troy police station while chanting "Black Lives Matter" and the names of people recently killed by police. The march was marke, although Troy police announced via its Twitter that a year-old Troy man was charged with felonious assault for intentionally striking escorte escorte protester with his car.
The protester did not appear to sustain any injuries.
Warren[ edit ] On June esccorts, more than protesters led a peaceful march along Van Dyke Avenue in Warren to protest George Floyd's murder, racism, and police brutality. Warren's mayor Jim Fouts called the video of officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd's neck "shocking" and stated "If that happened in Warren, it would be unacceptable and the officers would be removed. It passed the State Senate unanimously on June 4.
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Tonight, I urge you to stay home and stay safe. Tomorrow, find a peaceful protest to and make your voice heard"  On June 3 she called for the passage of legislation to require de-escalation and implicit bias training for police officers, and the implementation of policies which would require them to intervene when they saw a colleague doing something "inappropriate or illegal".
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