Activists are taking to the streets to bring attention to recent attacks on Police and Civilians.

FOX's Jeff Monosso reports:

Dozens of activists taking to the streets in Philadelphia this morning chanting:

(Protesters) Black Lives Matter.

And marching to two police precients and urging reform in the wake of recent police shootings, and the deadly sniper attack of five police officers in Dallas.

This also amid dozens of arrests in city's across the country like in St. Paul where protesters shut down parts of I-94 Saturday throwing rocks and bottles and injuring multiple officers.

Activists also arrested in Baton Rouge and took to the streets in San Francisco and Fort Lauderdale. As well as other cities chanting "no justice - no peace."

Protesters in Colorado plan to continue a sit-in that began Thursday in Denver.

And police in Detroit say they've arrested four men over Facebook postings that the city says amount to threats against officers there.

Jeff Monosso, FOX News

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