“No justice, no peace,” chanted hundreds of protesters in Westwood Monday afternoon.
The protesters gathered despite social media announcements that the protest had been canceled. They chanted “Black lives matter,” and “Don’t shoot,” on sidewalks near the Wilshire Federal Building in Westwood.
Thousands marched the streets across the nation this past week in protest for Black Americans’ rights and against police brutality in response to the death of George Floyd.
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California will allow counties to reopen schools, day camps, bars, gyms and some sports starting next week, according to The Associated Press.
California’s top health official Mark Ghaly said the state will release guidance for counties on reopening the facilities Friday, according to NBC Los Angeles.
Hundreds gathered outside Royce Hall on Thursday to protest police brutality at a demonstration organized by the Black Graduate Student Association at UCLA and Afrikan Student Union at UCLA. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Student leaders of two black student groups at UCLA co-hosted a demonstration in protest of police brutality on campus Thursday.
Hundreds of students, UCLA staff and Westwood community members gathered at Royce Hall, where student leaders spoke about their demands, then marched across campus to the UCPD’s UCLA headquarters.
Despite the cancellation of the event, protesters gathered at the intersection of Veteran Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard to demonstrate against police brutality.
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Our UCLA faculty must do better to ensure that, in this moment, students’ grades are a reflection of their resiliency, rather than their trauma. It will never be enough to proclaim that Black Lives Matter, and then proceed to continue teaching classes as if those same Black students are unaffected by what’s happening.
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