Police in Portland, Oregon, declared an unlawful assembly early on Friday morning, August 21, after a large crowd of people marched to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building, on the 85th day of anti-racism protests in the city.
Police fired crowd control munitions groups of protesters, as seen in this video, and said failure to disperse could lead to arrest. According to Oregon Live, protesters spray painted on plywood boards at the building, and also painted over the security camera.
This video shows a videographer being struck by a crowd control projectile near the ICE building. She said she was unharmed. Credit: @gravemorgan via Storyful