Protesters Take to Streets Following Rittenhouse’s Not Guilty Verdict

Protesters took to the streets of Brooklyn, Chicago, Oakland, and other cities following the not guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

After the verdict, hundreds of people took to the streets of Brooklyn, New York, to voice their frustration with the jury’s verdict. 

The crowd gathered at Barclays Center in Brooklyn and reportedly chanted, “Say his name, George Floyd.”  

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