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Justice for Alan Blueford Movement Expands
Darrell Whitman, LiberationNews.org
The Justice for Alan Blueford Movement, which began as a grief-stricken family’s effort to push back against the brutality of the Oakland Police Department, expanded in a display of solidarity by several hundred supporters who gathered in Oakland on November 10 for a rally and march against police brutality in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The spirited rally included family members who described more than a dozen attacks by police in Oakland, San Francisco, Vallejo and Stockton. Their testimony reflected the fact that nationally police violence takes the lives of young men of color at the rate of one every 18 hours.

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