Philly REAL Justice activists protesting police community relations

Local activist group Philly REAL Justice held a resistance march Tuesday, addressing local issues including the proposed Temple University football stadium.

The protestors were also protesting police community relations.

The march started at North Broad and Diamond Streets on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m.

Also in attendance were anarchist groups, who were urged to leave from leaders of the protest.

One woman told them, "We are not here to be pepper sprayed."

She also urged members of the media to step back, meaning that there were so much press that it was crowding those there to march.

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