Ontario city manager says Black Lives Matter protesters’ demands already being discussed, considered

One of the protestors' demands was that Ontario city government reflect the gender and ethnic makeup of the community. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

Many of the Black Lives Matter protesters’ eight demands were already being discussed by the city or will be considered, according to Adam Brown, Ontario city manager.

The demands, which were posted on the protest organizer Charlie Gonzalez’s Facebook page ahead of the June 4 demonstration, were “well intended,” said Brown, but some were “lacking understanding of the process.”

For example, one of the demands asked of the Ontario City Council was to address the lack of gender diversity on the Ontario City . . .