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#BlackLivesMatter: Beyond Tent City part 2

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This is part two of rabble's interview with Black Lives Matter organizer Janaya Khan. Read part one here.

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Black Lives Matter Vancouver chapter organizes in solidarity with Toronto

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For 15 days, the Black Lives Matter Toronto chapter camped outside the Toronto police headquarters, demonstrating against systematic anti-Black racism and demanding an inquest to the death of Andrew Loku at the hands of police.

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Black Lives Matter: BlackOUT Saturday March 26

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On Friday March 18, the Toronto Police Special Investigations Unit found that the officer who fatally shot Andrew Loku would not face charges.

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Peaceful Black Lives Matter protest turns violent with police force

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Update II: Black Lives Matter Toronto is organizing a #BlackOUT on Saturday March 26 4:00 p.m. at Toronto Police Headquarters to take action against anti-Black racism and police violence.

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Watch: Black Lives Matter Toronto sit in turns violent after police involvement

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Black Lives Matter supporters and allies peacefully gathered for a sit in at Toronto police headquarters to protest the Andrew Loku decision and repeated anti-Black racism conducted by the City.

The peaceful protest turned violent when Toronto police became involved.

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