“The object of The Boston City Reporter [was] to tell the public who is using prejudice against entire races and religions for undemocratic purposes—and how.”
“They’re designed to punish a few officers or in some of these cases just to stop them from doing bad things before they get there.”
“White allyship is basically shutting up for one minute of your life. It’s imperative to have people of color leading chants and leading the movement.”
Among the dozens of ongoing demonstrations since the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis cop, yesterday’s “United Against Racist Police Terror!” in Boston was a rather unique event.
The Hub action, which was organized by Mass Action Against Police Brutality, saw protesters march to Nubian Square in Roxbury, and later to the Boston Police Department’s District 4 station in the South End.