LANSING, Mich. — Demonstrators marched the streets of Lansing to protest police brutality at the Capitol Building.
The demonstrators protested by laying down in the street, chanting "I can't breathe," then moved to other locations throughout downtown Lansing.
Everything remained peaceful throughout the evening with people coming together against police brutality.
Even Uwimana Gasito came out to peacefully protest.
We first told you about Gasito back in February when he claimed he was unlawfully arrested and hurt during and alleged excessive force incident in East Lansing. Wednesday night he said he just wants something to be done about police brutality.
"This pandemic it was just like something that came out of nowhere and now all this murder is going off on us like our people like the black life movement like just its outrageous to me and I don't think it should be going on somthing needs to happen about it," said Gasito.
According to Michigan State Police there were no disturbances throughout the night. The protesters say they will be back on Thursday.
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