Images from Black Lives Matter protest at Oakland police headquarters

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A brief peaceable Black Lives Matter march ended at Oakland police headquarters on Monday night after winding by downtown.


A number of Oakland police cruisers hung again because the marchers headed down Adeline Road to seventh Road and Broadway, and some California Freeway Patrol cruisers have been additionally readily available, however there was no police presence on the rally.

The protest, organized by The Coalition to Defend Affirmative Motion, Integration and Immigrant Rights and Combat For Equality by Any Means Mandatory, (BAMN) drew about 80 supporters. A number of individuals spoke because the solar set behind the police division and drivers honked their horns in assist as they handed by.

The small group mirrored the variety of Oakland and referred to as for police accountability as they held indicators and listened to audio system. Most wore masks as a result of current spike of the Covid-19 pandemic.