Lindsay e. Murphy agreed. She marched with protesters through Portland’s affluent neighborhoods last night and it was moving deeper. White Protesters Black lives were important to whites – and she saw residents joining Japan.
“The audience – I’m not even white – I’m almost white people shouting ‘black lives matter’ and ‘black lives magic’ through white neighborhoods in Portland. Murphy, who is black And hosts an educational children’s YouTube series. “What I am witnessing is a weeping prayer, repentance and shame among whites. That is what I saw. It is healing.”
The American flag, which created controversy with small bungalows, lush gardens and ripe fruit trees, is displayed in Kenton, a neighborhood of Portland. A few weeks after the clash, the flag-flying couple said they feared retaliation from rowing protesters who found their phone number.
But they say not to threaten to remove the flag.
The husband, who declined to give his name in a brief interview, said “I will not take my flag down”.
Protesters arrived at the couple’s door last month as they entered Kenton’s commercial district and used restaurant picnic tables as fuel for the blaze. They also collected and burned colorful wooden dividers that neighbors had recently built for outdoor dining. Mr. Moses and others in the community protested with fire engines.
Protesters stormed the Portland Police Association building that night and set it on fire. One person was later seen scrubbing the sidewalk graffiti – a well-known message “PPB = KKK”, meaning the Klux Klan to the Portland Police Bureau.
Mr Green said he opposed the destruction of the property, but said he understood it. In general, he believes that more direct protest tactics work in residential areas because they make the movement more personal and reveal who really supports change. If anyone is against the movement, they turn off their lights or refuse to raise their fists, he said, adding that it is very necessary to take the discussion into homes and families.