Sunday marked the third straight day of protests in Fort Worth against police brutality and racial inequality. Demonstrators began their protest at the Tarrant County Courthouse before marching through downtown.

The march made its way to the West Seventh Street bridge, where protesters faced off with police for three hours before officers began to disperse the crowd with tear gas and flash-bang grenades. Protesters threw bottles and launched fireworks at the officers in response.

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