Black Lives Matter demonstrators again march to Temecula City Hall

The July 4 demonstration will be the group's final one for now, organizers say, amid the coronavirus pandemic

A group of Black Lives Matter protesters march down Old Town Front Street in Temecula, July 4, en route to Temecula City Hall.
One day shy of a month after their first march to Temecula City Hall, supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement again turned out to march the same route, albeit in smaller numbers.And the demonstrators made clear they are still very committed to their movement, 40 days after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis caused an outcry that spread not just across the country, but across the globe.“We’re gonna be here today, we’re gonna be here tomorrow, we’re gonna be here a month from now, a year from now,” one of the protest organizers, Amir-Hassan Gates, told fellow protesters after the march had arrived at Temecula City Hall. “The unit that you see here on this stage will not (be dismantled), unless they physically take us apart.”Coronavirus, though, meant tha
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