Philando Castile Murder [consolidated thread]

Discussion in 'Police (Cops, Jailers, Prison Guards) Misconduct' started by News Readers, Jul 19, 2016.

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    Teachers join activists as hundreds in Minneapolis protest Castile shooting

    Hundreds of teachers joined community activists in a march and rally Tuesday afternoon in Minneapolis to protest the death of Philando Castile, who was fatally shot July 6 by a St. Anthony police officer during a traffic stop. Union members from the Minneapolis and St. Paul Federation of Teachers, as well as other union educators from around the country, gathered at the Convention Center in downtown Minneapolis, then marched to U.S. Bank headquarters at 800 Nicollet Mall, where they planted themselves on 8th Street in protest of bank policies they say hurt education and minority Americans. After police warned demonstrators ...


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    21 Protesters Arrested in Downtown Minneapolis

    Minneapolis police officers arrested 21 people during a rush hour protest in downtown Tuesday. The demonstrators were arrested at 8th Street and Nicollet after police say they were repeatedly ordered to leave. Some of the protesters included teachers and community activists calling for safety beyond policing of communities. Protesters also marched for St. Paul Public Schools employee Philando Castile.


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    21 Arrested At Teacher Union Protest For Castille Shooting

    Hundreds of educators and community activists marched in downtown Minneapolis to protest the shooting death of a black man by a police officer earlier this month. Members of the Minneapolis and St. Paul Federation of Teachers were joined by union members attending the American Federation of Teachers convention at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Tuesday. Demonstrators then marched to U.S. Bank headquarters to protest bank policies they say hurt education and minorities. Police arrested 21 people on public nuisance charges, after they sat in a street with their arms linked and refused to move to the sidewalk. The marchers cited ...


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    http://knsiradio.com/news/local/21-arrested-teacher-union-protest-castille-shooting/
     
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    21 arrests at Minneapolis march over Castile shooting

    Minneapolis police arrested 21 demonstrators, many of them teachers, as they blocked downtown streets during the Tuesday evening rush hour. The teachers were part of a crowd of hundreds that marched from the Minneapolis Convention Center, the site of the annual American Federation of Teachers convention. They were protesting the police killing two weeks ago of 32-year-old Philando Castile, who worked in a St. Paul public school as a nutrition services supervisor. The protesters blocked downtown streets for about three hours. They marched from the Minneapolis Convention Center, west on 11th Street, and then north on Hennepin Avenue before holding ...


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    http://www.albertleatribune.com/2016/07/21-arrests-at-minneapolis-march-over-castile-shooting/
     
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    21 Arrested in Minneapolis After Teachers Protest Fatal Shooting of Castile

    Police confirmed that 21 people were arrested after a protest in Minneapolis Tuesday. The Star Tribune reported that hundreds of teachers joined community activists in a march to protest the fatal police shooting of Philando Castile. The march included members of the Minneapolis and St. Paul Federation of Teachers and other union educators from across the country. WCCO reported that Amber Jones, who participated in the protest with Neighborhoods Organizing for Change, said "I'm standing alongside our brothers and sisters that are teachers and educators to stand up for black lives."


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