Protesters marched through downtown Los Angeles Wednesday evening, rallying against police brutality and the shooing of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and the shooting deaths of two protesters and the wounding of another during demonstrations in that city.
About 300 people protested outside the Hall of Justice, near Second and Temple streets around 6 p.m., then marched around City Hall and Los Angeles Police Department headquarters after 10 p.m., many shouting anti-police slogans.
Los Angeles police officers, some in riot gear, stood watch behind metal barriers outside police headquarters, but no clashes between protesters and officers were reported.
There were no reports of any arrests.
Protests against police brutality have occurred for three consecutive nights in downtown Los Angeles.
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