Federal Agents Lacking Insignia Raise Accountability ConcernsThe Trump administration’s deployment of hundreds of officers in military-style riot gear, sometimes without identifying insignia, has stirred tensions with demonstrators and concerns among watchdog groups and lawmakers about accountability.
US gears for weekend protests amid anger at new police abusesWBFO NPR/AFP/File / Mike Desmond Police are seen shoving a 75-year-old protester to the ground in Buffalo, New York, on June 4 The United States braced Friday for massive weekend protests against racism and police brutality, as outrage soared over the latest law enforcement abuses against demonstrators that were caught on camera.With protests...
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Teens have been gassed and hit with rubber bullets at protests. They keep coming back.Their high school years have been punctuated by protests for women's rights, safe schools, racial justice and climate change. But most have never come face to face with police in riot gear, or military vehicles lining streets before.
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“Black Lives Matter” Mural Painted on Road Leading to White HouseOn June 1, police officers in riot gear used tear gas to disperse protesters gathered in Lafayette Square so that President Donald Trump could cross the street to St. John’s Episcopal Church to have a photo op with a bible after he declared that he would mobilize the military to restore law and order in the country. Four days later, Washington DC’s mayor christened the section of Sixteenth Street in front of the White House “Black Lives Matter Plaza” and gave the green light for the Department of Public Works to paint thirty-foot mural that reads “Black Lives Matter” in enormous yellow capital