It was a day of marches, music and community as thousands of Brooklynites took to the streets to celebrate Juneteenth with events across the borough.
The leaders of some of the many rallies are young, black New Yorkers working for change, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
Attorney General Letitia James is holding an online public hearing today for people to testify about police brutality they have experienced during recent protests in New York City.
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At least 10 protests are scheduled to take place in Brooklyn today, and locals are asking officials to halt the proposed Gowanus rezoning.
Thousands came out for peaceful protests that were spread across the borough, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
Two officers who viciously attacked protesters without justification in Brooklyn in recent days have been suspended without pay, our sister pub amNY reports.
Protests large and small took place all over the borough Saturday and Sunday, including in Brownsville, Bed Stuy, Park Slope and Williamsburg.
Essential workers were unable to get through barricades Thursday as police without warning shut down bridges, bike share and subway stations as early as 6 p.m.
Staff kneeled or lay on the ground for eight minutes and 46 seconds, to mark the amount of time a Minneapolis police officer knelt on the neck of George Floyd, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.