Protests continue about race and justice

Protests Continue
Protests continue across the country over the recent Grand Jury decisions, as the nation continues a conversation about race and justice.

(NBC News) Demonstrators vandalized property and clashed with police for second straight night in Berkeley, California Sunday, one of a number of cities where protesters have taken to the streets after the Grand Jury decisions in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York.

Most of the demonstrations have been peaceful, but did choke off traffic in cities from coast to coast to send a message about police force and justice.

President Obama has ordered a task force to look at ways to improve policing and confidence in the legal system.

Meanwhile, New York’s police commissioner says an internal investigation into the choke hold death of Eric Garner should be completed within four months and the department is moving now to retrain its entire force.

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