A group of just over a dozen protestors gathered outside Euclid City Hall Tuesday afternoon demanding city leaders change policies and procedures to deal with police accused of misconduct.
“I’m not anti-police,” said Cassandra McDonald, President of Euclid NAACP. “I’m anti-discrimination. I’m anti-us-getting-our-butts-kicked-all-the-time. I’m anti-us-getting-pulled-over-for-no-reason. That’s what I’m anti.”
The rally came one day after the NAACP issued a travel advisory for Euclid. It warned drivers to “proceed with caution when driving,” as a “proactive and precautionary measure against further police misconduct, abuse, and violations of civil rights.”
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