Amazon HQ protesters roll in to Queens bookstore

Protesters marched to an Amazon Books store in Manhattan, New York, on November 26, after the announcement Amazon would open parts of its second headquarters in Long Island City, Queens. This video shows the protesters gathering at the store.
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Protesters marched to an Amazon Books store in Manhattan, New York, on November 26, after the announcement Amazon would open parts of its second headquarters in Long Island City, Queens. This video shows the protesters gathering at the store.

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