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'Black Lives Matter' Demonstrations Continue Across Bay Area

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Protesters continue to take to the streets across the Bay Area, pushing for police to be held criminally liable for the separate killings of three unarmed black men: Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and most recently Tamir Rice, a Cleveland 12-year-old shot in a park. Will the protests bring about changes, and how are today’s protests different from past movements?


Reverend Amos Brown, president, San Francisco NAACP

Alicia Garza, co-founder, Black Lives Matter

Doug McAdam, professor of sociology, Stanford University; author of "Divided America: Racial Politics and Social Movements in the Post-War Era."

Bisa French, captain, Richmond Police Department


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