Add comment on:Salinas Police Procedures and Killings Challenged by Citizens of Salinas
Francisco Dominguez, firstname.lastname@example.org
The recent police killings of Latino civilians in Salinas, California have raised serious questions, questions that deal with race, police conduct and the attempt to deny protestors of their civil right to express their concerns protected by Freedom of Speech rights. On Saturday, April 12, 2014, UC Davis students marched in protest against the campus police during the annual Picnic Day Parade. They were marching to protest the arrest and physical assault of two Sacramento City College students who were attending class at the SCC satelite building which is located on the UC Davis campus. The two students, one Chicano and one African, were walking together after their philosophy class at 7:00 PM. on March 6, 2014. Photo by Francisco Dominguez.
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