PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A direct action march was planned at Elizabeth Caruthers Park in South Portland Wednesday evening for the 104th night of consecutive protests.
Safe PDX Protest, a self-identified anti-fascist collective, were calling for “No cops! No Prisons! Total abolition!.” According to a tweet, the group was set to meet at 8 p.m. then move at 9 p.m., though no destination was listed on the flyer.
This march was not specifically listed as a Black Lives Matter event. However demonstrations have continued non-stop in Portland since late May, sparked by the May 25 in-custody death of George Floyd and coinciding with nationwide Black Lives Matter protests.
The demonstration comes after 11 were arrested the night before during a march from Portland’s Old Town to the Justice Center and then to City Hall.
Smoky and dangerous conditions put a damper on Black Lives Matter protests Labor Day evening.
Dozens were arrested over the weekend, which marked 100 days of protests.