Portland Protesters March to Reclaim Martin Luther King’s Name on MLK Day

Over 1,500 protesters gathered in Portland on Martin Luther King Day, marching to the North Precinct and then the MLK Jr. statue in the center of the city. Demonstrators also organized a “die-in”, where protesters would lie down and occupy a major road, such as an intersection or other busy avenue.

Via James Croxton, it_ain’t_pretty, Concrete Reporting, and JarridHub

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