Protests, riots spread to dozens of U.S. cities overnight

by Adam Ford · May 30th, 2020 8:06 am

Riots in Atlanta.

Protests and riots which started in Minneapolis have spread nationwide to at least 33 cities — some of them appearing to be peaceful demonstrations and some violent protests with looting and widespread destruction.

Overnight an officer was shot and killed in Oakland and a protester was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting in Detroit.

Here is a list compiled by CNN of cities in which unrest has broken out as of Saturday morning:

  • California: Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Sacramento, San Jose, Oakland, San Francisco
  • Colorado: Denver
  • Georgia: Atlanta
  • Illinois: Chicago
  • Iowa: Des Moines
  • Indiana: Indianapolis, Fort Wayne
  • Kentucky: Louisville (Related to the death of Breonna Taylor), Bowling Green
  • Louisiana: New Orleans
  • Nebraska: Lincoln
  • New York: New York City
  • Massachusetts: Boston
  • Michigan: Detroit
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis
  • Missouri: Kansas City
  • Nevada: Las Vegas
  • North Carolina: Charlotte
  • Ohio: Columbus, Cincinnati, Canton
  • Oregon: Portland
  • Texas: Dallas, Houston
  • Virginia: Richmond
  • Washington: Seattle
  • Wisconsin: Milwaukee
  • Washington, D.C.

➡️ Go Further: Follow Disrn's full coverage of the protests and riots here.


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