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Blog: Protests, demonstrations remain peaceful in Albuquerque

Megan Abundis, Tommy Lopez, Patrick Hayes
Updated: June 05, 2020 10:52 PM
Created: June 05, 2020 05:50 PM

 

Watch the video for a full recap of the protests and demonstrations in Albuquerque

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10:52 - Protesters return to Civic Plaza. Organizers tell protesters to go home.

10:39 - Jon Jones walks with the protesters as they return downtown

10:25 - A couple dozen people walked down Lomas back to Civic Plaza. They are the same group that walked from Civic Plaza to the UNM duck pond. Police are providing traffic control.

10:00 - People begin leaving the duck pond. Unlike previous nights, groups did not march up or down Central to end the night. 

9:30 - Ninety minutes after the vigil began at the UNM duck pond, people are still peacefully listening to speakers and applauding.

Hundreds gathered at UNM duck pond for night vigil | Hundreds gathered at UNM duck pond for night vigil |

8:49 - A third group joined in on the vigil at the UNM duck pond. They say they are with local churches, and stand with the protesters.

8:38 - Protesters who were at Civil Plaza begin arriving at the UNM duck pond. 

8:24 - People are holding candles at the vigil. A memorial has been set up for Breonna Taylor.

Breonna Taylor vigil at UNM duck pond | Breonna Taylor vigil at UNM duck pond |

8:10 - Group that was at Civic Plaza walks along Lomas to the UNM duck pond for the Breonna Taylor vigil 

8:08 - Organizers have set up speakers for the Breonna Taylor vigil.

8:01 - Group gathers for vigil to remember life of Breonna Taylor.

7:36 - Die-in takes place in Civic Plaza. People are chanting, “I can’t breathe.”

Die-in at Civic Plaza | Die-in at Civic Plaza |

6:47 - Protesters are planning a die-in at Civic Plaza at 7:30 p.m. A vigil will also be held for Breonna Taylor at the UNM duck dond at 8 p.m.

6:26 - This is an art walk demonstration. People have been seen drawing, spray painting.

6:06 - Protesters are calling for police to free a member of the local Black Lives Matter group.

Blog: Protests, demonstrations remain peaceful in Albuquerque | Blog: Protests, demonstrations remain peaceful in Albuquerque |

5:59 - Demonstrators are protesting several issues: Racism, police brutality, death of George Floyd.

5:55 - A group of about 100 people head to Civic Plaza.

5:46 - A “Free Them All” rally is taking place at the Bernalillo County Courthouse. The group is listing demands.

Blog: Protests, demonstrations remain peaceful in Albuquerque | Blog: Protests, demonstrations remain peaceful in Albuquerque |


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