Snapshots from the protests

On Wednesday, June 17, representatives of privately owned charter bus companies from across California met in Sacramento to urge state and federal lawmakers to give them grants in the next COVID-19 relief package to help keep them in business. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
A demonstration sponsored by the American Bus Association aimed to raise awareness about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the private bus industry. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Hashtags such as #rolling4awareness, #busesmoveamerica and #r4a2020 are being used on social media to bring awareness to the cause. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Pat Burriel of Panna Charters drove to Sacramento from Fresno. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Pat Burriel and Anna Mulderrig of Panna Charters drove around the state Capitol and through downtown Sacramento during the protest. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
Pat Burriel waved to pedestrians and explained that his company may go out of business by the end of the year. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
“Buses Move America.” (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)
The state Capitol has been the site of numerous protests over the past few months for a variety of causes, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gomez Jr.)

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