|George Floyd protests in Portland , Oregon|
|Part of the 2020–2021 United States racial unrest, and the George Floyd protests|
|Protesters staging a die-in on Portland , Oregon’s Burnside Bridge on June 2, 2020|
|Date||May 28, 2020–present (7 months, 1 week and 4 days)|
|Location||Portland , Oregon, United States|
PORTLAND , Ore. — After a summer and fall consisting of nightly protests , demonstrations in Portland have died down in recent weeks. Though they haven’t disappeared completely, the reduction in intensity and size is natural, according to sociologist Randy Blazak.
More than 130 days of protests against police violence and systemic racism have come and gone, as have the “Wall of Moms”, dads with leaf blowers and thousands of others outraged at squads of federal officers pushing through the streets. But a determined core remains.
The protests spanned issues – immigrant rights, homelessness, racism, police accountability, free speech. They drew students, parents, anarchists and Trump supporters.”
Police Declare Portland Protests A Riot But This Definition Could Be Rooted In Racism. Protesters scramble to get away from approaching police firing tear gas and impact munitions to disperse protesters in downtown Portland during 4th of July demonstrations against systemic racism and police violence.
100 consecutive nights
Portland, Oregon, U.S. On November 10, 2016, three days of protests in Portland, Oregon, turned into a riot, when a group of anarchists broke off from a larger group of peaceful protesters who were opposed to the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States.
— Over the course of more than 80 days , police say they have declared a Portland event a riot 13 times, according to a newly-released timeline. Protesters have been calling for racial justice and police reform in the wake George Floyd’s death in the hands of Minneapolis Police officers on May 25.
PORTLAND , Ore. — Portland protests began in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody on May 25 and have continued since then. Police first declared one of the demonstrations a riot on May 29. They have subsequently done so 15 more times, most recently on Wednesday night.
Historically, riots have occurred due to poverty, unemployment, poor living conditions, governmental oppression, taxation or conscription, conflicts between ethnic groups (race riot ) or religions (sectarian violence, pogrom), the outcome of a sporting event (sports riot , football hooliganism) or frustration with legal