Thursday, May 5, 2016

San Francisco Hunger Strikers Enter 9th Day To Protest Police Brutality

A hunger strike protesting police violence and racial injustices against black and brown people has entered its ninth day in San Francisco. Eight men and women—including a Board of Supervisor candidate, two pre-school teachers, local rappers and family members—are camped out on a sidewalk outside the police station in the city’s gentrifying Mission district, which has experienced an exodus of Latino residents and artists in recent years.

More:  http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/san-francisco-hunger-strikers-enter-ninth-day-protest-police-brutality-against-black

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