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On May 31, protesters demonstrated in both the City of Oakley and then moved on to the City of Brentwood in what was a peaceful demonstration which should be a model for the rest of the nation. and chatted with protesters while Brentwood Police Chief Tom Hansen did the same -- even addressing them saying the change was on the way. Unlike the rest of the county where looting and violence occurred such as in Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Danville, and other areas, a group of nearly 250 people remained peaceful and respectful during their 3-hour demonstration demanding justice for George Floyd, changes in police policy and demanding no more police brutality.
The city of Brentwood in what was a peaceful demonstration
Brentwood Police Chief Tom Hansen Swearing-In
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New York City will have a curfew imposed to crack down on protest violence, and 8,000 cops will be on the streets Monday night to assist that effort, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a radio interview. The curfew will run from 11 p.m. Monday to 5 a.m. Tuesday, and then be reassessed Tuesday, Cuomo said in a WAMC interview. The decision follows a fourth night where thousands of protesters flooded city streets, blocking traffic and setting NYPD vehicles on fire during demonstrations against police brutality. They are part of widespread national unrest in the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody a week ago. Other cities, from Chicago to Los Angeles to Philadelphia, have imposed curfews to address late-night violence. Earlier Monday, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea rejected the idea for New York City.
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Former Republican Secretary of State Colin Powell said Sunday that President Donald Trump has "drifted away" from the Constitution, adding to a growing list of former top military officials who have strongly criticized the President's response to the nationwide protests surrounding the police killing of George Floyd.
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