MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Protesters are rejecting a call from the mayor of Minneapolis that they end their demonstration outside a police station near where a black man was fatally shot by a police officer more than two weeks ago.

Minneapolis NAACP President Nekima Levy-Pounds said Monday that her organization continues to stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and other protesters in demanding justice for Jamar Clark and all victims of police violence.

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Levy-Pounds says it is “frustrating” to have Mayor Betsy Hodges stand with “so-called established black leadership” in calling for an end to the occupation outside the 4th Precinct.

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Hodges said Monday the protest should end. She said campfire smoke is hurting air quality and the blocking of a street impedes emergency vehicles and snowplows.

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