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130471688
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Protesters camp outside New York City Hall to demand $1 billion NYPD budget cut
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2020年6月25日
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Date:JUNE 25, 2020 EDIT CONTAINS PROFANITY IN SHOT #15
Protesters camping outside New York City Hall are demanding a $1 billion decrease to the NYPD budget.
The protesters began sleeping on a grassy area near City Hall and on the sidewalk Tuesday (June 23) night. Many have vowed to stay there until the city passes its budget. The city's budget deadline is June 30.
The encampment was organized by the advocacy group Vocal New York.
"We came out here for this week to occupy the space until the budget closes to show our voice and our power that we are not going to stand for a budget that doesn't include the needs of the people," said Vocal New York organizer Tatiana Hill.
Police reform activists said part of the NYPD's annual $6 billion budget should to be reallocated to youth programs, housing, healthcare and other social services.
Vocal New York organizer Comrade Don said, "You have an old saying, 'if the mountain don't come to Moses, then Moses will go to the mountain'. The mayor wouldn't meet with us, so we came to the mayor."
He added, "We'll be here until that vote is taken, until the money is allocated and maybe longer, who knows."
The encampment follows weeks of protest marches in the wake of the death of George Floyd who died in police custody last month in Minneapolis.
(Production: Angela Moore, Hussein Waaile) (Caption:4204WD-MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE_NEW_YORK_ENCAMPMENT)
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (JUNE 25, 2020) (REUTERS)
***WARNING: CONTAINS PROFANITY***
VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS LISTENING TO SPEAKER
CARDBOARD SIGNS
'DEFUND POLICE' WRITTEN ON SIDEWALK
(SOUNDBITE) (English) VOCAL NEW YORK, PROTEST ORGANIZER, TATIANA HILL, SAYING:
"It's an encampment to occupy a space that we feel we deserve to be in because we're the citizens. We voted for city council. We voted this mayor. Some of them have made promises to us as communities as far as addressing the needs that we have, and that hasn't happened. We see the harm being done to our communities via the instrument of the police. And we want to end that harm in ways that will increase healing in our communities. So one of the ways we see to do that is to defund the police. We're starting with 1 billion. That is our minimum ask. It could increase. It should increase."
VARIOUS OF PEOPLE IN ENCAMPMENT
SIGN READING (English): 'DISARM DEFUND ABOLISH'
(SOUNDBITE) (English) VOCAL NEW YORK, PROTEST ORGANIZER, TATIANA HILL, SAYING:
"We need resources. There are poor people, black and brown folks primarily who have been suffering. We see a world pandemic where they've suffered. And now they are suffering from police violence that could completely be avoided. There are police officers in other countries that don't even have guns. So America has this explicit violence that is primarily enacted against brown and black people and that's through the government - a channel that we're supposed to be voting for, that's supposed to be protecting us. So we came out here for this week to occupy the space until the budget closes to show our voice and our power that we are not going to stand for a budget that doesn't include the needs of the people."
VARIOUS OF PEOPLE IN ENCAMPMENT LISTENING TO SPEAKER
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROTESTER, LAUREN (LAST NAME WITHHELD), SAYING:
"I got here last night. This has been a really big movement with a lot of demands, and we're all coming together right now with the approaching budget hearing and we're demanding that our money be spent on our community and not to pay for a violent white-supremacist organization. And there's a lot of solidarity and a lot of people power here and we're all helping each other out."
BLACK LIVES MATTER SIGN
WOMAN SITTING WITH COMPUTER
(SOUNDBITE) (English) VOCAL NEW YORK, PROTEST ORGANIZER, COMRADE DON, SAYING:
"You have an old saying, 'if the mountain don't come to Moses, then Moses will go to the mountain'. The mayor wouldn't meet with us, so we came to the mayor. We'll be here until that vote is taken, until the money is allocated and maybe longer, who knows."
SIGN READING (English): 'DISARM, DEFUND' / POLICE OFFICER
POLICE OFFICER
SIGN READING (English): 'FUCK NYPD'
VARIOUS OF NYPD POLICE HEADQUARTERS EXTERIORS
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