Next Gen Protest Draws Small Crowd Before Labor Day Weekend

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DALLAS - The two year prison sentence of Next Generation Action Network co-founder Dominique Alexander has left many within the organization searching for answers to one question in particular: where is everybody?

What used to be energy-filled protests have now dwindled down to modest gatherings. That was the scene Friday at Dallas City Hall where there was a small turnout for a rally about the organization's disapproval of retiring police chief David Brown and Dallas PD's handling of Alexander.

The small crowd may have been an issue of bad timing as many people look forward to the 3-day weekend ahead. Time will tell if this was just a scheduling mishap or a sign of an organization beginning to crumble without one of its key leaders.

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