Hundreds of motorcyclists ride through Orlando in protest against police brutality

ORLANDO, Fla. — Hundreds of motorcyclists made their way through Orlando Saturday to protest police brutality.

They rode from Florida Rights Restoration Coalition headquarters to the Orange County courthouse in an event called Ride for Racial Justice.

The event was organized by the FRRC and the CFC Motorcycle Council.

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“We are really trying to emphasize awareness and change in our community, and to erase the racial injustices we see every day in our lives,” said Neal Volz, of the FRRC.

The groups are also joining forces to encourage their members to turn pain into power at voting booths.

They spent the rest of the day registering voters.

Q McCray, WFTV.com

Q McCray is an award-winning general assignment reporter.

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