Bhyhalia Pipeline rally and protest against police brutality

Happy Monday in Memphis, where we’re awaiting a pivotal Memphis City Council vote Tuesday on the Byhalia Connection Pipeline and mourning the death of influential former state lawmaker Roscoe Dixon.

But first, we’re revisiting a protest Sunday night on the National Civil Rights Museum’s plaza.

Joy Fairland, left, and Jenn Wagner join fellow protesters gathered at the National Civil Rights Museum in Downtown Memphis, Tenn. on Sunday to condemn the recent killings of Daunte Wright, Adam Toldeo, and Anthony Thompson Jr.

About 30 protesters gathered at the museum to condemn the recent killings of Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo and Anthony Thompson Jr.

The Sunday protest — a repeat of more than a dozen such protests last…

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