New Mexicans Unite Across the State to Protest Police Brutality & Racism on 12-13-14

Burque's Daily Loco

Protest Uptown

***ABQ Uptown Mall***

The Movement has begun. Today, all across the country, tens of thousands of people marched against police brutality and racism. The time to dismantle the unjust system and create something better has arrived.

em121214eProtest Santa Fe

***UNM Medical students hold die-in***People unite in Santa Fe***

In New Mexico, over 60 UNM Medical students held a die-in on UNM North Campus today; 50-100 people gathered in Santa Fe and marched down Cerrillos road; and roughly 30 people “shut down” the ABQ Uptown Mall in Albuquerque.

The numbers of people answering the call for action in New Mexico may not be as overwhelming as some other places, but that does not matter. Any action is better than no action at all.

It is disheartening to hear people say hateful/ignorant comments. It is disheartening to know that the police will mobilize in force to protect consumers and property. It is disheartening to think…

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2 thoughts on “New Mexicans Unite Across the State to Protest Police Brutality & Racism on 12-13-14

  1. Thank you for posting this to your site. The “media” will ignore the hundreds of people who took to the streets today. The will pretend that the Movement is just a few People and not worth covering. It is up to us to spread the truth.

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    • Hey John. I know the mainstream media is terrible in New Mexico, and I agree: it’s up to us to document the reality so many choose to ignore or suppress. Thanks for posting so many great stories on Daily Loco!

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