KZMU News: Monday June 1, 2020

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Today on the news, the sounds of protest in Utah and the West as marchers joined thousands across the nation to demonstrate against police brutality and systemic racism. We hear reports from Salt Lake City organizers Utah Against Police Brutality, reactions from Salt Lake’s Chief of Police and Mayor, and get a sense of smaller demonstrations in our region.

Photo: A protestor in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. By Robyn Vincent/KHOL. Check out KHOL’s stellar photo gallery from Jackson Hole’s 5/31 protest here:

Show Notes

Utah Against Police Brutality

The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City ‘streets are quite and calm’ after day of unrest…s-are-quiet-calm/
The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City is under curfew as a rally to protest death of George Floyd turns violent…s-are-quiet-calm/

KGNU, Protests Met With Tear Gas and Pepper Balls in Denver…r-balls-in-denver/

KDNK, Close to 200 People Hold Silent Vigil…176948413734073/

KHOL, Photo Gallery: No Justice, No Peace

Moab Pride 6/2 Candlelight Vigil Organizers Meeting

A protestor in Jackson Hole, WY. Robyn Vincent/KHOL

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