Santa Rosa Reaches $1.9 Million Settlement With Injured George Floyd ProtestersCity officials have announced a $1.9 million settlement, ending a lawsuit brought by five people who said they were injured by tear gas and projectiles used to break up last summer's George Floyd protests.
Journalist Sues Richmond After Allegedly Being Shot With Rubber Bullet At George Floyd ProtestAn independent journalist and photographer who works in the East Bay has brought a lawsuit in federal court alleging that she was shot with a rubber bullet by a City of Richmond police officer while she was covering a protest last year in Oakland over the killing of George Floyd.
West Contra Costa Unified School District Officials Vote To End Contract Services With Local PoliceThe West Contra Costa Unified School District board has unanimously approved a $377 million budget for the coming academic year that includes ending contract services with local police agencies.
Diverse Crowd Marches Peacefully At Fremont George Floyd ProtestFrom Newark to Fremont, protesters held largely peaceful marches across the Bay Area in the memory of George Floyd Tuesday.
Oakland Mayor, Deputy Chief Laud Peaceful Protesters, Vow To Maintain Stance Against Looting, ViolenceOakland city officials on Tuesday gave an update to the civil unrest that followed a peaceful student march and rally Monday that swelled to 15,000 community members.
Inside Oakland Protest: Protester Describes Experience Peacefully Marching With 15,000As some 15,000 marched in Oakland to protest ongoing police brutality Monday, Veronica De La Cruz spoke with one of the participants, Oakland resident Kaela Sanborn-Hum, who offered her thoughts on the march and the protests sweeping across U.S. cities.