USA: 'Our generation can make a difference!' Children rally against racism in Portland

Over a hundred people joined a children's march to protest police brutality and racial profiling in Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday. The event was organised by local social justice and activist group ‘Don't Shoot Portland’ following the recent deaths of African-American men at the hands of US police.
The event organiser Teresa Raiford said that this kind of events are necessary "because we live in America where law enforcement has legal right to take the lives of citizens and non-citizens." and "because if human life does not matter in this country and law enforcement is above our breeding and our humanity, then we have to do something about it."
Wednesday's event, titled "We Do Matter", went peacefully and there were no reports of interactions with law enforcement.