By Anna Prouty
On Tuesday, November 25, hundreds of activists in San Diego rallied in City Heights to demand justice for Michael Brown and all victims of police brutality and institutionalized racism. The rally started at the City Heights Performance Annex and continued in a march down University Avenue.
Protesters marched down the south-bound I-15 ramp where they were blocked by police before turning back and taking the freeway from the north-bound entrance. Hundreds stood on the freeway and blocked traffic for over twenty minutes.
Six arrests were made, and there were reports of police hitting protesters with batons. At least
six four arrests have been reported. Protests and occupations are planned for the rest of the week as San Diego continues to show solidarity with the people of Ferguson.
Video by Anna Prouty