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Rage in the Streets March Against Police, San Francisco , 7/19/11: photos, 2 of 2
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In response to the San Francisco police shooting of Kenneth Harding in the Bayview on July 16th -- and the rash of recent police killings in general, including the July 3rd killing of Charles Hill in Civic Center station by BART police -- a "Rage in the Streets" march was called for July 19th starting at Dolores Park. As the march approached Powell Street, police following the march ordered demonstrators to move to the sidewalk, raising boos and heckles from the crowd. Within a couple of blocks, though, marchers moved off of the streets and onto the sidewalks surrounding the trolley car turnaround at Powell where over 20 were arrested and a San Francisco Chronicle photographer was shoved to the ground hard and fast by SFPD. These photographs are a continuation of the photo series begun at http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2011/07/25/18686025.php.

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