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Eddie Sutton, brother of 24-year-old Jamar Clark who was killed by Minneapolis Police on Sunday spoke to the media outside the Minneapolis Police Department 4th precinct headquarters, where a new round of protests erupted after Black Lives Matter activists who had been camped out in the front entrance to the precinct were cleared out on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

“This is what this is all about, you know, standing for what you believe in,” Sutton said. “These are people that's from the community. So, I mean, I relate to 'em. They relate to me, in ways that some other people can't understand. So, I think it's good. I think it's really good."


Photo by Angela Jimenez for Minnesota Public Radio www.angelajimenezphotography.com

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Eddie Sutton, brother of 24-year-old Jamar Clark who was killed by Minneapolis Police on Sunday spoke to the media outside the Minneapolis Police Department 4th precinct headquarters, where a new round of protests erupted after Black Lives Matter activists who had been camped out in the front entrance to the precinct were cleared out on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. <br />
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“This is what this is all about, you know, standing for what you believe in,” Sutton said. “These are people that's from the community. So, I mean, I relate to 'em. They relate to me, in ways that some other people can't understand. So, I think it's good. I think it's really good." <br />
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Photo by Angela Jimenez for Minnesota Public Radio www.angelajimenezphotography.com