The New Neighborhood Watch: After Protests, Utah Sees Birth Of Different Armed Movements
When Black Lives Matter protests kicked off in Utah in late May, John Sullivan noticed a lot of the leaders were white.
So the Black, 26-year-old, former speedskater decided to start his own organization. He called it Insurgence USA, and he immediately started organizing protests for racial justice.
When someone suggested they go to Provo, he thought it was a great idea. The event would give his group a chance to get out of downtown Salt Lake City, where protests were usually held.