Rally thursday drew teen

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At the peak, at least people gathered in Downtown Huntington Beach on either side of Pacific Coast Highway, and a series of skirmishes broke out. Shortly after p. The dispersal followed what had started earlier in the day as a peaceful Black Lives Matter rally, but exploded into chaos as apparent white lives protesters arrived, throwing insults — and at times punches. But while the KKK fliers that appeared earlier in the week drew widespread revulsion and fear of an outbreak of large-scale violence, the event instead mostly resulted in small fights. The Huntington Beach white lives rally was one of dozens in cities around the country that reportedly drew far fewer people than expected. A show of support for White victims of interracial crime.

6 Teens Organized a Protest. 10,000 People Showed Up.

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It was unseasonably hot, even for Middle Tennessee, with rain predicted, and earlier protests here had ended in violence , with the Metro Nashville Courthouse and City Hall in flames. Collectively, these are not the most promising conditions for gathering a big crowd, much less a calm one. But the teenagers were determined to press on, even if hardly anyone showed up. On June 4, five days later, the founding members of Teens for Equality — as the young women, ages 14 to 16, call their organization — were leading a march of protesters some 10, strong, according to police estimates. There was not one hint of disarray in their ranks, no angry confrontations with National Guardsmen or police officers clad in riot gear. They already have.

Protests rage outside Trump rally in Orange County; 17 arrested, police car smashed

The six teenagers organized the region's largest protest against racism and police brutality in recent memory. Together, the organizers led tens of thousands of people on a miles-long march around the city, through brutal heat and pouring rain, with a simple message. With tears in their eyes, they chanted the names of several black men and women police have killed in recent years.
Police try to quell a protest against Donald Trump on the streets outside the Orange County Fairgrounds. A protestor, second from right, is escorted out of the amphitheatre before a rally at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. A protester clings to a traffic signal at the intersection of Fairview Road and Fair Drive, which was taken over by anti-Trump demonstrators. Hundreds of demonstrators filled the street outside the Orange County amphitheater where Donald Trump held a rally Thursday night, stomping on cars, hurling rocks at motorists and forcefully declaring their opposition to the Republican presidential candidate.