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San Francisco anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march ends in arrests

San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police arrest participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march, with two officers preventing interference with the arrests.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police subdue and arrest participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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An anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march goes among buses and cars on a San Francisco street.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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An anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march leaves Justin Herman plaza behind a banner reading "Fight Genocide decolinize Destroy What is Civilized".
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police push participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march off of Battery St and onto the sidewalk.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police maintain a police line as participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march are arrested.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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A San Francisco police officer tries to avoid stepping in paint as a woman who has been arrested is loaded into a police van.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police move an arrested woman towards a SFPD van. Red paint from a paint bomb is on the street.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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A San Francisco police officer with a 'less than lethal' weapon after participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march were arrested.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police force participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march off Battery St., And onto the sidewalk.
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San Francisco police load arrested participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march into SFPD vans.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police arrest participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march.
San Francisco anticapitalist anticolonialist march ends in arrests
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San Francisco police arrest Michael Pellagatti @thePellaReport who was live streaming the anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march.
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San Francisco police load a woman into a SFPD van. One officer has paint on the visor of his riot helmet from a paint bomb.
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San Francisco police arrest participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march. Some officers have purple paint on them.
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San Francisco police load a woman wearing a 'No Police' shirt into a SFPD van.
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A San Francisco police officer is covered in purple paint. There is also red paint on Battery St.
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San Francisco police with purple and red paint on their pants and shoes as participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march are arrested.
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A man argues with a San Francisco police officer who orders him to move further back on the sidewalk from where people are being arrested.
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San Francisco police arrest participants in an anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march near a Staples at California and Battery St.
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An anti-capitalist anti-colonialist march in San Francisco's financial district was held as part of Columbus Day actions. Soon after police ordered the marchers onto the sidewalk, and it continued down another street, arrests were made, 20 total.

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