Monday, June 18, 2012

Covering New York's silent march

It stretched 18 blocks down Fifth Avenue in Harlem to Mayor Bloomberg's townhouse on the Upper West Side.

Tens of thousands of people protesting New York City's stop and frisk policy. A disproportionate number of minorities, they argue, are stopped.

And it was a silent march. Once it got going, when I tried to conduct interviews, we where shushed up!

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