Medical workers against #policeviolence rally tonight in #HongKong Medics say injured protesters are increasingly weary of seeking help following police presence in hospitals. #HongKongProtests #FreeHK pic.twitter.com/uwVhzl9KyX
— Viola Jean Gaskell (@violaJgaskell) October 26, 2019
Day 140: 26/10/2019
Joseph Ha, auxiliary bishop of Hong Kong spoke at a prayer event at Chater Garden – "the side vested with public power should bear more responsibilities"
Source: Stand News pic.twitter.com/v6Evm1uCWh
— BlessHK3😷 (@BlessHK3) October 26, 2019
#humanrights #shoutforhk #hongkong #freehongkong #HongKongProstests #freedom #usa #doctor #medical #hospital #healthcare @USATODAY @washingtonpost @nytimes @CNNInternation5@cnnbrk @CNN @foxnewsalert@ABC @nytimes @realDonaldTrump @VP @senatemajldr @SpeakerPelosi https://t.co/8eNRQo4zqM
— babymooomin (@babymoooomin) October 27, 2019
Civil servants’ public gathering in support of the 2 month movement, a first in HK society where you see government officers voice out their opinions on political issues.
— Denise Ho (HOCC)💪🏿😷 (@hoccgoomusic) August 2, 2019
Inside Chater Garden.
Sexism (and racism, classism) both casual and systemic is everywhere in Hong Kong. But resistance against sexual violence by the police force—which is backed by the CCP and HK’s first female leader—is now part of the movement pic.twitter.com/L1ARds5ZYO
— Elaine Yu (@yuenok) August 28, 2019
— Ataraxis (@ataraxisfinch) October 14, 2019