Crowds collect at Nationwide Civil Rights Museum for protest



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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Crowds gathered on the Nationwide Civil Rights Museum to protest the dying of George Floyd for the fourth night time in a row.

It was organized by Pastor Devante Hill and started at 7 p.m. however individuals had been gathering as early as 6:30 p.m.

Tensions had been excessive as individuals expressed their anger in the direction of the state of affairs surrounding Floyd’s dying in Minneapolis.

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Protesters voiced completely different opinions on how the protest needs to be dealt with.

The crowds marched to the intersection of Vance Avenue and South Second Avenue the place they took a knee for 9 minutes.

They then marched to I Am A Man plaza the place organizers referred to as on native officers to make modifications for Memphis metropolis leaders.

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WREG’S Quametra Wilborn adopted the crowds, noting extra individuals joined the protest because it moved via downtown Memphis.



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