Protester Aurielle Marie talks with Atlanta Police Chief George Turner outside the home of Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal during a march through Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood. Demonstrators protesting recent police shootings of African-Americans gathered Monday for a fifth consecutive night, blocking the road outside a mall in Buckhead before marching to the governor’s mansion, where they were staging a sit-in.
Protester Aurielle Marie talks with Atlanta Police Chief George Turner outside the home of Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal during a march through Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood. Demonstrators protesting recent police shootings of African-Americans gathered Monday for a fifth consecutive night, blocking the road outside a mall in Buckhead before marching to the governor’s mansion, where they were staging a sit-in. David Goldman The Associated Press
Protester Aurielle Marie talks with Atlanta Police Chief George Turner outside the home of Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal during a march through Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood. Demonstrators protesting recent police shootings of African-Americans gathered Monday for a fifth consecutive night, blocking the road outside a mall in Buckhead before marching to the governor’s mansion, where they were staging a sit-in. David Goldman The Associated Press

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