Protesters march to protest police brutality for the sixth day in a row

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Protesters gathered at the I Am A Man plaza for the sixth day in a row, speaking out against police brutality in America.

The protest began with words from Memphis pastor Devante Hill and followed with people taking a knee and taking a moment of silence.

The protest organizers announced Memphis-born comedian ‘Famous Amos’ was taking part in the protest.

The group marched the streets of downtown to the Memphis Light, Gas and Water headquarters on South Main Street.

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