This Week in Photos: Newark Rally, March on Broadway, and NYPD Officer Called Out (4/19 - 4/25)


This week was dominated by racial justice protests in NYC and NJ.

This gallery contains captured moments of regular protests against police brutality, and killings of Daunte Wright and George Floyd, held by the People's Organization for Progress (POP) in Newark, NJ, March on Broadway for equal rights, and Protest against a NYPD Captain.



Larry Hamm, Founder of People's Organization for Progress and 2020 U.S. Senate for New Jersey candidate delivers a speech at a sidewalk demonstration called Justice Monday's in Newark, New Jersey on April 19th, 2021. This demonstration focuses on the recent murder of 20-year-old Daunte Wright and the verdict of the Derek Chauvin Trial. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Gregory Rochester holds a "Justice For Daunte Wright" protest sign at a sidewalk demonstration called Justice Monday's in Newark, New Jersey on April 19th, 2021. This demonstration focuses on the recent murder of 20-year-old Daunte Wright and the verdict of the Derek Chauvin Trial. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



A demonstration organized by the People's Organization for Progress party express their voice at a sidewalk demonstration called Justice Monday's in Newark, New Jersey on April 19th, 2021. This demonstration focuses on the recent murder of 20-year-old Daunte Wright and the verdict of the Derek Chauvin Trial. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Larry Hamm, Founder of People's Organization for Progress and 2020 U.S. Senate for New Jersey candidate, speaks to the crowd of demonstrators and public ears on race and policing issues at a sidewalk demonstration called Justice Monday's in Newark, New Jersey on April 19th, 2021. This demonstration focuses on the recent murder of 20-year-old Daunte Wright and the verdict of the Derek Chauvin Trial. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Margaret Littleton-El holds her fist in the air while she holds a "Justice for George Floyd" protest sign at a sidewalk demonstration called Justice Monday's in Newark, New Jersey on April 19th, 2021. This demonstration focuses on the recent murder of 20-year-old Daunte Wright and the verdict of the Derek Chauvin Trial. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Relly, a New York City activist and organizer, holds a protest sign regarding Julio Delgado, a Captain for the NYPD's Strategic Response Group who is being called upon for his alleged escalation and violent responses to peaceful protests in Manhattan, New York City on April 20th, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Gia Lisa Krahne, New York City activist, watches Biggs, an New York City activist and organizer deliver a speech at a protest regarding Julio Delgado, a Captain for the NYPD's Strategic Response Group who is being called upon for his alleged escalation and violent responses to peaceful protests in Manhattan, New York City on April 20th, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



A protester writes the number for the New York City National Lawyers Guild on another demonstrators arm in preparation for a worst-case scenario at a protest regarding Julio Delgado, a Captain for the NYPD's Strategic Response Group who is being called upon for his alleged escalation and violent responses to peaceful protests in Manhattan, New York City on April 20th, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



A crowd of protesters lead by prominent activist Qween Jean, stops at an outdoor dining establishment in order to educate the public about racial issues in a seemingly forced environment in Manhattan, New York City on April 20th, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Kason Little, an activist from Elizabeth, New Jersey, speaks in Times Square at a protest regarding Julio Delgado, a Captain for the NYPD's Strategic Response Group who is being called upon for his alleged escalation and violent responses to peaceful protests in Manhattan, New York City on April 20th, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)




Madison Moore makes a protest sign calling out inequality in Broadway at a protest labeled March on Broadway regarding producer Scott Rudin for his alleged "racist and sexist" behaviors in New York City on April 22nd, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Aubrey Matalon (Right) and Sam Foti (Left) hold signs calling for the cancelation of Scott Rudin during a March on Broadway protest regarding "racist and sexist" inequality in New York City on April 22nd, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Eden Espinosa delivers a powerful speech about the inequality and racist microaggressions that are present in today's Broadway at a protest calling out "racist and sexist" inequality in New York City on April 22nd, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Jaime Cepero, actor, activist, and founder of Intersectional Voices Collective holds his fist proudly in the air while leading the March on Broadway in Times Square on April 22nd, 2021 calling out Scott Rudin and the inequality Broadway continues to abide by. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Following a "Solidarity" banner is a large crowd of demonstrators protesting to cancel theatre and film producer Scott Rudin and the inequality in Broadway in New York City on April 22nd, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Two protesters proudly march for equal rights on Broadway and call for Scott Rudin to be removed from the Broadway League in New York City on April 22nd, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)



Sis, a black trans activist, and future broadway star, proudly raises her megaphone during a moment of silence for the recent lives lost due to police brutality. This demonstration was called out by award-winning producer Scott Rudin for his "racist and sexist" behavior on Broadway in New York City on April 22nd, 2021. (Photo/Julian Leshay)





(Photos by Julian Leshay / Editing by Alie Pierce)



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