Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, right, waits to speak after the Westlake Park stage is taken over by Black Lives Matter activists Mara Jacqueline Willaford, left, and Marissa Johnson, center, on Aug. 8 in Seattle. Rally organizer and emcee Robby Stern, in red, allowed them to speak, but Sen. Sanders was not able to return to the podium.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, right, waits to speak after the Westlake Park stage is taken over by Black Lives Matter activists Mara Jacqueline Willaford, left, and Marissa Johnson, center, on Aug. 8 in Seattle. Rally organizer and emcee Robby Stern, in red, allowed them to speak, but Sen. Sanders was not able to return to the podium. Alan Berner/The Seattle Times AP
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, right, waits to speak after the Westlake Park stage is taken over by Black Lives Matter activists Mara Jacqueline Willaford, left, and Marissa Johnson, center, on Aug. 8 in Seattle. Rally organizer and emcee Robby Stern, in red, allowed them to speak, but Sen. Sanders was not able to return to the podium. Alan Berner/The Seattle Times AP

Bernie Sanders and the Black Lives Matter activists

August 17, 2015 4:26 AM

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