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r●acial equality. In addition to hanging up a sign featuring the● new name at the corner of 16th and H streets, workers also pai●nted a "Black Lives Matter" slogan in gigantic yellow letters o●n the part of 16th Street stretching two blocs between K and H ●streets toward Lafayette Square at the doorstj

ep of the White Ho●use. The actions are a direct rebuke to local law enforcement s●taff, who had been blamed for acting cruelly Monday to disperse● the peaceful demonstrators in the very area. Also on Friday, ●Bowser sent Trump a letter, in which she requested that the pre●sident "withdraw all extraordinary federal law enforcement and ●military presence" in her city. Federal law enforcement personn●el and equipment, the mayor said, "are inflaming demonstrations● and adding to the grievances of those who, by and large, are p●eacefully protesp

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ting for change and for reforms to the racist a●nd broken systems that are killing Black Americans." Speaking ●of her two-year-old daughter at the scene of protests on Saturd●ay, Bowser said, "I want to grow up in a country where she is n●ot scared to go to the grocery store, not scared to go to work.●" The mayor doubled down on her condemnation of the excessive ●use of force and the deployment of troops to counter the peacef●ul protests. "You know, if you're like me, on Monday you saw so●mething you hoped to never see in the United States of America:● federal police moving on American people protesting peacefully● in front of the people's house," she told the cheering crowd t●hrough a loudspeaker. On dispatching the out-of-state Natioz

nal● Guard, Bowser said, "We pushed the Army away from our city. Ou●r soldiers should not be treated that way. They should not be a●sked to move on Americant

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