Jim Harbaugh gets involved, participates in Ann Arbor anti-police brutality march
Jim Harbaugh isn’t just talking the talk, he’s walking the walk. Literally.
Last week, the Michigan head coach expressed disgust over the death of George Floyd, who died while in police custody in Minneapolis. The officer held his knee on Floyd’s next for nearly nine minutes.
Harbaugh, wearing a maize-and-blue facemask, joined a peaceful protest in Ann Arbor on Tuesday morning in a march against police brutality. Harbaugh was also joined by a handful of Michigan football and basketball players and some assistant coaches.
Jim Harbaugh, sporting a maize and blue mask, took part in an anti-police brutality march in Ann Arbor this morning.
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“Today, I’ll tell you what, I’m really very upset about the George Floyd death,” Harbaugh said on the Rich Eisen Show last week. “That’s got me preoccupied today. Horrendous.”
Others involved in the march included Mike McCray, Jay Harbaugh, Grant Newsome and Isaiah Livers, among others.