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Protesters Demonstrate Outside LA Mayor's Official Residence

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Protestors gather outside Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti's house, in the Hancock Park neighborhood, on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 2, 2020. (Libby Denkman/LAist)
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An estimated 2,000 peaceful protesters set up this afternoon outside Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's official residence in Hancock Park. Led by Black Lives Matter-LA, speakers and demonstrators demanded justice for black people killed by police and a major funding reduction for LAPD.

The event was highly organized. Over 100 demonstrators sat down in front of a line of LAPD officers, making room for speakers in front of Garcetti’s house.

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