At least three protesters detained at Sydney Black Lives Matter march

An Aboriginal flag is waved in a huge crowd of people in Sydney's CBD

"The mural on Greenwood Avenue/The Black Wall Street will serve as a constant reminder of the need for continuous change and honor the lives of those that were lost and forever changed due to the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot (also referred to as the Tulsa Race Massacre)", the petition reads.

Police appeared to outnumber protesters at the park, with multiple arrests made and $1,000 fines handed out, according to attendees. Almost 50 people were arrested and journalists, legal observers and others claim they were targeted by officers.

The event in The Domain, which attracted fewer than 100 of the 5000 people who had registered to attend, came to nothing as police ordered protesters to disperse 15 minutes before it was scheduled to begin on Tuesday.

'Well, best of luck to you at court, ' he said. SPD, in its court response, said its officers were repeatedly reminded of those restrictions and followed them.

The outspoken conservative, who has indigenous Warlpiri heritage, has criticised the Black Lives Matter movement in Australia for importing an American slogan, devised by Marxists capitalising on the death in May of former African-American security guard George Floyd, as he was arrested in Minneapolis.

"The fact that a peaceful protester was impacted by a lawful, compliant deployment [of force] is not a violation of the court's order".

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Bennington and its police department have a complicated history with race.

"We are in the middle of a pandemic".

Junkee has reached out to NSW Police for more information. Officers pepper-sprayed demonstrators who didn't stay on the sidewalks. Several residents said they opposed the idea or wanted action delayed to allow more public comment.

He was filmed being arrested at The Domain and dragged into a waiting police van. The incident was caught on video and posted to Twitter. I will rest after that, ' Ms Dungay said on Monday.

The department included a transcript of an interview with a television reporter in which Barrett states she was anxious police were going to hurt the man and she was trying to "pull him away".

Police said "there is no evidence to support" allegations that journalists or legal observers have been targeted or the objects of police retaliation.

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