Map. History of US protests conflict

1 March 2021
One final message spray-painted onto a Nordstrom before the crowd's dispersal, reading "ACAB Includes Joe + Kamala" Portland
Windows smashed at an urgent care center in downtown Portland
A Starbucks window is smashed in downtown Portland, with one bystander saying "Congratulations
Tape set up across a street on the march route to block traffic in downtown Portland
Snowballs thrown at police officers as the crowd chants "Quit your job."
The crowd follows officers retreating into the police station, chanting "Move back." as they made their way around the block Portland
An officer finally arrived with a scraper to get the ice off the police cruiser Portland
Portland Police form a line out in the snow to block the street, with one officer shaking a canister of mace near the protesters Portland
An officer comes out to move one of the PPB cruisers along the march route, and has to wait with the vehicle due to ice sheets freezing over the windows
Protesters gathered earlier today at Rucker Park in uptown Manhattan in response to an incident where NYPD policemen brutalized a mentally ill woman in the Bronx. But even before protesters got there, policemen were there. Lots of policemen followed the march today but kept their distance
Trump's political operation paid at least $3.5 million to Jan. 6 organizers. Full amount may never be known because shell companies were used. (a loophole that urgently needs fixing) Per: Center for Responsive Politics (@OpenSecretsDC) Source
Protesters continue to take the streets to the sounds of drums and honor songs
As protesters continue across the bridge, they pass under a sign. The sign reads "help decide the future of this bridge."
A banner has been dropped on the fence across the overpass.
As the honor songs continue, protesters march with their right fists raised. The ASL interpreter is signing along with the songs
Indigenous organizers lead the march while drumming and singing honor songs.
The march has begun. Scattered chants can be heard. "Water is life" "Mni Wiconi"
Activists in St. Louis call jail uprising 'act of courage'
Inmates smash windows, set fire at St. Louis city jail
Inmates at St. Louis Justice Center have taken over at least part of the jail. There have been protests over COVID19 dangers inside. Not sure if this is part of that
Inmates set fire, smash windows at downtown St. Louis jail
A man tried to seek help from officers after a car almost ran into a crowd The officer responded "This is fed property, that is not our jurisdiction. If you stand in the middle of the street and you almost get run over, and it's not on federal property, it is not our problem
Officers have returned to the facility, and an unlawful assembly has been declared
Officers came out to block the road to allow a truck to leave, and when retreating back into the facility, open fire with pepper balls and sprayed mace into the air
Munitions fired at the Portland ICE facility by federal agents at protesters and Press
Protesters have cleared the road to make way for an ambulance that was passing by. This is very typical. Protesters do not block emergency vehicles, despite the propaganda you may have been fed. There is a theory that this may be a "test"
At the Portland ICE facility for a Saturday night protests. Around 100-ish protesters gather, and the American Indigenous Movement kicks things off with a traditional chant
PHOTOS: FBIWFO is seeking to identify those involved in the riots at the US Capitol on Jan 6, including those involved in the assault of several media members & destruction of property at media staging area at NE corner of the Capitol at approx. 5 pm. Photos 201-204 below
'How long must we wait' Group protests, wants answers about Hattiesburg police shooting
Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said today that if anti-vaccine protesters interfere with people getting the COVID19 vaccine, as some did Saturday at Dodger Stadium, they may be arrested or cited
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