Videos of Tuesday Night Protests

  Last modified on June 16th, 2020

Peaceful protests took place all around the Upper West Side last night – with giant crowds gathering well past the 8pm curfew. Below you’ll find some videos of these protests as they progressed throughout the evening.

Around 7:30pm last night, Christopher Walsh took the following video from his apartment on 77th and Amsterdam (facing uptown):


At about 8:15pm, a crowd can be seen marching north near Verdi Square – this video was taken by @themeangirlwhostares:


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Protestors march through UWS taking a stand for supporting a cause. But with non-violence ?? Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. – Martin Luther King . . . . . . . . . #throwkindnesslikeconfetti #lettherebelove #inspirationalquotes #motivationalquotes #alllivesmatter #blacklivesmatter #loveduringlockdown #loveisallyouneed #upperwestside #ilovenewyork #newyorkcity #topnewyorkphoto #blackouttuesday #ilovetheupperwestside #postcardsfromtheworld #helloworldpics #passionpassport #photooftheday #naturephotography #naturelovers #humansofnewyork #makelovenotwar #makeadifference #randomactsofkindness #everydaytoday

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A video by @uwssos shows a crowd on 86th and West End at about 8:30pm:


At about 9pm, @jenniferliguori took this video from her apartment on 66th and West End Ave:



Here’s a closer view of the march down West End Avenue – also taken at about 9pm, by @cynstahgram:


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9 pm peaceful protest (NYC curfew 8 pm)

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@an_uptown_girl took this photo on Columbus Avenue at about 10:45pm:


Like those captured above, please continue to protest peacefully!

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