People take to the streets of Oakland to protest verdict in Oscar Grant killing

Photos by Bill Hackwell

July 13, 2010
Over a thousand people converged at 14th and Broadway in Oakland after the verdict came down in the Oscar Grant case on July 9. Protestors came despite a climate of fear created by the corporate media and local officials. The protest continued for hours, surrounded by a huge and repressive police presence. Over 80 people were arrested. Significant demonstrations against the lenient verdict happened in many other cities including, Los Angeles, San Diego, Fresno and Portland Oregon.
 
 

 
 
Oscar Grant's Family
 
 
The Whole System is Guilty
 
 
Blocking a Bus on Broadway
 
 
Jail Killer Cops
 
 
No Justice, No Peace
 
 
Face off on Broadway
 
 
Heavy Weapons
 
 
Police Blocking 10th Street
 
 
Oakland Families Against Racism
 
 
How Many More?
 
 
Put the Pig in the Pen
 
 
We are all Oscar Grant
 
 
Oscar Grant
 
 
ANSWER Coalition Banner
 
 
No Justice Today
 
 
Plenty of Protection for Private Property
 

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