Sterling Brown was joined by his Bucks team-mates as he led a peaceable protest in opposition to racial injustice in Milwaukee.
Brown was amongst 1000’s of people that gathered exterior Fiserv Discussion board in Milwaukee and marched for social justice and in opposition to police brutality.
Brown and his team-mates led demonstrators to Veterans Park alongside Lake Michigan’s shore on Sunday.
“We making one thing nice occur, one thing constructive occur, one thing that is heard all over the world,” Brown instructed a crowd estimated at 7,500. “As we march at present, let’s be loud, let’s be recognized.”
Brown had his personal encounter with police when in 2018 he was pressured to the bottom, tased and arrested due to a parking violation exterior a Milwaukee drug retailer. His civil rights lawsuit in opposition to Milwaukee continues to be pending.
Brown was joined by others from the Bucks organisation. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and police Chief Alfonso Morales additionally made appearances, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
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