Map. History of US protests conflict

20 April 2021
Windows shattered at Boys & Girls Club. One of many buildingusinesses that look like this after a group of about 100 black bloc marched on MLK. PPB has declared an unlawful assembly
PPB is making targeted arrests Portland, Oregon
A few windows at the Boys & Girls Club next to the North Precinct have been smashed and it looks like rocks or bricks were thrown through them.
Video of popeyes damage. Every window pane smashed out apparently. Employees cleaning up after them
More window damage at the Blazers Boys and Girls club on MLK.
Portland Police:This crowd has moved to the south and continues to damage property. The crowd is near NE MLK/NE Prescott. Avoid that area
More windows broke out at what appears to be a library
Some broken windows and spray paint on a grocery store on MLK blvd
The community center that PPB said had its windows smashed is the Boys and Girls Center on Northeast MLK JR Blvd
Damage at the US Bank at MLK and Killingsworth. An Unlawful Assembly has been declared. The group is now at the PPB North Precinct
One protester started smashing the windows at the boys and girls club, the crowded stopped them and ejected them
The Boys and Girls Club has had windows smashed
A US Bank also had its windows smashed out
They've hit a Popeyes, Boost, and US Bank Portland, Oregon
Group of about 100 people marches to PPB's North Precinct on MLK Jr. Blvd. at Killingsworth St. as part of 'direct action' protest
Popeyes windows smashed as a result of riots in Portland tonight
Crew just got to the @PortlandPolice North Precinct and it has already been declared an unlawful assembly
Portland Antifa breaking out windows.. again. Has been declared an unlawful assembly
Closer look at some of the damage at US Bank
Glass and windows at US bank near police precinct have been broken
Nelson brings up Floyd's 2019 arrest, where he had high blood pressure. During testimony prosecutor Erin Eldridge pointedly asked officer/EMT from 2019 if Floyd dropped dead. They said no
Nelson: If a person has drugs in their system and that drug causes an overdose in the context of the police restraint, it's not the natural consequence of the restraint, it's the natural consequence of the deceased's actions
Throughout trial state called "numerous witnesses" to convince jurors asphyxia was "singular" cause/death, says Nelson, who has argued Floyd died of cardiac arrest due to heart disease with drug use contributing
High school students walking out and protesting in downtown Minneapolis chant "National Guard, go home." It's snowing
Many @SFPD officers are on either walking or driving around union square in anticipation of the verdict from Minneapolis in Derek Chauvin trial. Many businesses have boarded up.
Southbound Madison Ave in Granite City is closed at 20th after a semi overturns and hits a power pole. @AmerenIllinois and Granite City PD and Fire Departments on scene. Northbound Madison down to one lane. This is directly in front of Daylight Donuts
After a week of clashes with police and some unrest, things at the Brooklyn Center Police Department were quieter on Sunday, as demonstrators marked one week since Daunte Wright was killed in a police shooting
Antifa have started a fire on 3rd Ave and SW Main
Right now in downtown Charleston: Protesters are dispersing and only a few remain at Marion Square as of 8:44 p.m
Big crowd in front of @Yale Police, rallying for all lives lost to police violence. Initially started at the Green. Speakers also critical of YPD's practices, at some points yelling "Abolish what YPD"
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