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Truck Seen Plowing Through Crowd of L.A. Protesters on Thursday Night

LAPD officers are reportedly trying to determine whether the driver, who appears to have struck at least one person, is actually the victim in the incident
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L.A. Demonstrators Express Fury, Frustration Over Breonna Taylor Announcement

Black Lives Matter’s usual Wednesday protest against DA Jackie Lacey had a fresh infusion of energy this week as demonstrators marched downtown
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DA Jackie Lacey Has Recused Herself from the Daniel Hernandez Shooting Case

Lacey's office won't decide whether charges are filed against LAPD officer Toni McBride, daughter of a powerful police union figure
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Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Wants Hollywood to Show Up for the Cause

L.A. activist Patrisse Cullors calls for actors and writers strike for justice
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This UCLA Professor’s Books on Policing and Prison Used to Be Treated as Radical. Now, Everything’s Changed

Award-winning historian Kelly Lytle Hernández seizes on a moment when the country is suddenly willing to grapple with white supremacy

A New Poll Finds That Most California Voters Want Police Reform

Most also generally trust police—but it's not a "blind trust"
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Activists Will Remove a Memorial to Victims of Police Violence

A project honoring Black people killed by police will come down from the Silver Lake Reservoir fence

In June, Robert Fuller Was Found Hanging From a Tree in Palmdale. That’s When the Rumors Began

In the wake of the 24-year-old's suicide, posts on social media made vicious claims about his criminal history
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Congresswoman Maxine Waters Checks Up on L.A. Cops Stopping a Black Motorist

“They stopped a brother so I stopped to see what they were doing," the L.A. rep told a bystander
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What I Saw at the Revolution: A First-Person Account of the L.A. Protests

A native Angeleno's misadventures on the front lines of a movement that was generations in the making