Posted by , Dec 28, 2014 at 12:35am
Game, Tyga, and DJ Mustard marched against police brutality in Los Angeles today.

Following the growing number of incidents in which police have killed unarmed black men in the U.S. this year, protesters have gathered nationwide to fight for change. The "Millions March" in New York a couple of weeks back collected a massive turnout, and now other cities are following suit.

While we saw Nas and Russell Simmons among the protesters in New York, L.A.'s march today also drew in some rap icons. Game, DJ Mustard, and Tyga joined the thousands who gathered to stand in unison for Eric Garner, Mike Brown, and the many others who's deaths have gone without consequence.

Check out some photos from the march below.

 

Together we stand ! @kinggoldchains @losangelesconfidential !!! LA ....

Une photo publiée par Dj Mustard (@djmustard) le  

 

 

#MillionsMarchLA

A photo posted by The Game (@losangelesconfidential) on

 

#MillionsMarchLA #History

A photo posted by The Game (@losangelesconfidential) on

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Game, Tyga & DJ Mustard Take Part In "Millions March Los Angeles"

Game, Tyga, and DJ Mustard marched against police brutality in Los Angeles today.


Following the growing number of incidents in which police have killed unarmed black men in the U.S. this year, protesters have gathered nationwide to fight for change. The "Millions March" in New York a couple of weeks back collected a massive turnout, and now other cities are following suit.

While we saw Nas and Russell Simmons among the protesters in New York, L.A.'s march today also drew in some rap icons. Game, DJ Mustard, and Tyga joined the thousands who gathered to stand in unison for Eric Garner, Mike Brown, and the many others who's deaths have gone without consequence.

Check out some photos from the march below.

 

Together we stand ! @kinggoldchains @losangelesconfidential !!! LA ....

Une photo publiée par Dj Mustard (@djmustard) le  

 

 

#MillionsMarchLA

A photo posted by The Game (@losangelesconfidential) on

 

#MillionsMarchLA #History

A photo posted by The Game (@losangelesconfidential) on

[via]

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