Map. History of US protests conflict

2 June 2020
Protesters gather outside of the Massachusetts State House calling for the Governor to reopen the state and protesting the state's lockdown order
New York police breaks up crowds that gathered for funeral of rabbi
One of the leaders of the Trump inspired ReOpen North Carolina marches just posted that she has contracted the coronavirus
Protesters against stay at home orders gathering in Harrisburg PA. Feels much like a re-re-election rally
Police here in Annapolis are preparing for the protests expected to take place today at 9am. A spokesperson from the group "Reopen Maryland" said they're not affiliated with the protest happening today.
Texas State Capitol - Chant of “Fire Fauci!”1 month ago
Texas State Capitol - Chant of “Fire Fauci!”
Another "liberate" protest, this time in Huntington Beach, California
2 month ago
5.1 magnitude earthquake. 271km ESE of Kodiak, Alaska
2 month ago
Amazon worker at New York warehouse tests positive for coronavirus
Henry Ford Health System . Michigan's coronavirus death toll rises to 3. at least 116 in Michigan.
2 month ago
2.2 magnitude earthquake. 8 km from Pāhala, HI, United States
.@MikeBloomberg holds a Women for Mike event in McLean, VA3 month ago
[email protected] holds a "Women for Mike" event in McLean, VA
Hundreds of people are flooding into the Las Vegas Convention Center lot for @realDonaldTrump's KAG rally at noon. Some camped overnight. HEADS UP parking is a mess so be prepared to walk
2 patients are in quarantine at Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa.  1 tested positive for coronavavirus and the other tested negative in Japan, but is showing symptoms.3 month ago
2 patients are in quarantine at Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa. 1 tested positive for coronavavirus and the other tested negative in Japan, but is showing symptoms.
30 Arrested In Midtown ICE Protests on 42nd Street and Seventh Avenue. The protesters were voicing their opposition to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
"Abolish ICE" demonstrators being arrested and loaded into NYPD buses after blocking intersections in Times Square
A fascist group is marching on DC's capital right now being aided and protected and given directions by the DC capital Police.
3 month ago
2.8 magnitude earthquake 26 km from Searles Valley, California, United States
Here's a look at the damage inside Orange Park Kindergarten. Thursday night's storms sent a tree right through the roof
2.9 magnitude earthquake. 6 mi from Searles Valley, California, United States
This #RejectTheCoverup rally at the Capitol is one of around 200 kicking off in public spaces, at federal buildings or Trump properties nationwide tonight. It's billed as a mass venting of anger for a result they see as a obfuscation of the truth, even if it was expected
Speaker Pelosi just ripped up Trump's speech while standing directly behind him SOTU
Crews have contained a brush fire burning near Oceanside Harbor. Expect rail delays as firefighters work. 5 Engines and 2 Brush trucks plus Oceanside police and Oceanside life guards
Gun rights activists carrying semi-automatic firearms walk through the Capitol Building on January 31, 2020 in Frankfort, Kentucky. Photo: @woolstonphoto
Protesters shut down Constitution Ave in DC in support of witnesses and Trump's removal
Thousands of fans have made their way to LA Live outside the Staples Center to show their respects to #KobeBryant
RICHMOND RALLY: The latest estimate is that 22,000 people were in Virginia's capital today for a pro-gun demonstration.
Protesters gathering outside the capital in San Juan calling on the Governor to resign after revelations that 2 warehouses of disaster aid weren't used immediately to help people. This makes 2 protest locations: capital & in front the Governors mansion
RICHMOND: Authorities say there have been no reports of arrests or injuries at the pro-gun rally at the Virginia Capitol attended by thousands of gun-rights activists #VirginiaRally
Scene from Franklin and 9th Streets in Richmond. Crowd chanting "USA, USA." @NBC12
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