The actions, outlined in a memo by 4 members of the City Council, come during the 6th day of protests calling for police reforms after video showed a white police officer suffocating George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25.
It is Newsom’s first action following two weeks of protests across the country after the death of George Floyd, who died on Memorial Day after a police officer put his knee on his neck for several minutes.
A curfew may still be imposed at a later time, depending on “the situation at hand,” City Manager Tom Modica said.
The woman was found at about 10:40 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, in the 1800 block of W. 25th Street.
The crash happened at about 2:20 p.m. between a white SUV and a black motorcycle.
What started as a subdued sit-in at the Long Beach Civic Center ended as a raucous march through Downtown, with the crowd swelling to more than 400 people on the 5th day of protests calling for justice in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Curfews continue in dozens of cities in the United States where there’s been violence or threats of violence, with many continuing through the weekend.
About 41% of residents of southeast LA County are essential workers, but they lack access to testing, a new survey shows. Nearly all are Latino, and many have less than $500 in emergency savings.
The call for unity of all faiths comes as a time when cities across the country are seeing mass protests over police brutality.
Long Beach officials announced there will be no curfew today. The announcement comes after four days of curfews.
I am personally very happy and excited that people are rising up and I hope it continues. Because I recognize that Kali is the goddess of both destruction and creation. You can’t build a new home until you raze the old one….