Protesting police violence


Black Lives Matter protesters held flags and conveyed their message of peace to people interested in learning more about their goals at the intersection of S Ohio Avenue and Court Street on Saturday, Sept. 28. Protests that began at the end of May 2020 were first organized by Wesley Stockton as a reaction to the death of George Floyd while being restrained by police. Stockton and others have continued to be a presence on the courtsquare talking with people about police violence.

Black Lives Matter protesters held flags and conveyed their message of peace to people interested in learning more about their goals at the intersection of S Ohio Avenue and Court Street on Saturday, Sept. 28. Protests that began at the end of May 2020 were first organized by Wesley Stockton as a reaction to the death of George Floyd while being restrained by police. Stockton and others have continued to be a presence on the courtsquare talking with people about police violence.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Black Lives Matter protesters held flags and conveyed their message of peace to people interested in learning more about their goals at the intersection of S Ohio Avenue and Court Street on Saturday, Sept. 28. Protests that began at the end of May 2020 were first organized by Wesley Stockton as a reaction to the death of George Floyd while being restrained by police. Stockton and others have continued to be a presence on the courtsquare talking with people about police violence.

Black Lives Matter protesters held flags and conveyed their message of peace to people interested in learning more about their goals at the intersection of S Ohio Avenue and Court Street on Saturday, Sept. 28. Protests that began at the end of May 2020 were first organized by Wesley Stockton as a reaction to the death of George Floyd while being restrained by police. Stockton and others have continued to be a presence on the courtsquare talking with people about police violence.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/09/web1_SDN092920BLM-1.jpgBlack Lives Matter protesters held flags and conveyed their message of peace to people interested in learning more about their goals at the intersection of S Ohio Avenue and Court Street on Saturday, Sept. 28. Protests that began at the end of May 2020 were first organized by Wesley Stockton as a reaction to the death of George Floyd while being restrained by police. Stockton and others have continued to be a presence on the courtsquare talking with people about police violence. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News