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Reaction to recent police shootings

Updated 6:22 PM ET, Tue July 12, 2016
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Protesters sit after being arrested after a march on July 10 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Many cities have seen an increase in protests since police-involved shootings. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
Demonstrators gather on July 9 at the Louisiana Capitol to protest the shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
A couple hold a sign protesting the killing of Philando Castile outside the governor's mansion on July 7, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Castile's death was live-streamed by his fiancée and quickly went viral. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images
Protesters gather Wednesday, July 6, in front of the convenience store where Alton Sterling was fatally shot in Baton Rouge. Sterling, 37, was shot by police on Tuesday, July 5, and federal authorities are investigating what happened. Vigils and memorials spread across the country after cell phone video of the shooting was shared widely on social media. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
One of Sterling's children, Cameron, is comforted by a crowd outside the convenience store on July 6. Gerald Herbert/AP
Tawandra Carr, who said she was best friends with Alton Sterling, cries while people gather outside the convenience store on July 6. Gerald Herbert/AP
A woman joins others gathered at the scene of a police-involved shooting in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, on July 6. Philando Castile, 32, was fatally shot by police during a traffic stop. His fiancee, Diamond Reynolds, live-streamed the aftermath on Facebook. The shooting is being investigated. Leila Navidi/AP
A crowd of community members gathers outside the governor's residence in St. Paul, Minnesota, following Castile's shooting. Courtesy Tony Webster
Community members and activists covered the governor's residence with police tape from the scene where Castile was killed. Courtesy Tony Webster
People in Baton Rouge demonstrate July 6 as police cars pass the convenience store where Alton Sterling was shot. Gerald Herbert/AP
Jordan Nuerenberg holds up a sign encouraging motorists to honk their horns outside the Baton Rouge convenience store. Gerald Herbert/AP
Protesters block traffic and dance on cars near the convenience store. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
A woman rings the doorbell at the gate of the governor's home in Minnesota after Castile's shooting on July 6. Jeff Wheeler/AP
Community members and activists gather outside the Minnesota governor's home. Courtesy Tony Webster/
Someone uses their phone to live-stream the investigation taking place at the scene of Castile's shooting. Courtesy/Tony Webster