Los Angeles: Protesting incidents of police brutality in various parts of the US, rappers Snoop Dogg and The Game (Jayceon Terrell Taylor) led a peaceful march to the headquarters of Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
The march, which took place on Friday, saw participation from over a 100 people. It took place on the same day when new recruits were just about to graduate at LAPD, reports aceshowbiz.com.
The Game shared on Instagram a photograph of him and Dogg. He wore a white T-shirt with “H.U.N.T.” written on it. 

History was made. Mountains were moved. Communication barriers were shattered & dialogue was opened & will continue to broaden in the days & weeks to come. I woke up with a mission…. & by day's end that mission was accomplished & respect was given & displayed in a room full of men with integrity, wisdom, knowledge & power. This wasn't for anyone individually but for all of us as a whole especially our women, children & immediate families. In my opinion this was the 1st BIG step taken by all of us towards a more unified Los Angeles for all of those who live in it & call it home as well as those who visit & appreciate the beauty of our city….. This was a positive moment that will go down in history & I am glad & very appreciative that I was a part of something so impactful…….. This one was for our children & their futures here in LA…. Congrats on a win for all parties involved today.. Let us continue on our mission, for God knows I left my home today with nothing but pure intentions & positivity on my heart & it shined through today & created an energy that could be shared by people all across the world……. Aye @SnoopDogg, WE DID THAT !!!!!!

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He put out a call for men of all races to join “Operation H.U.N.T.”, which stands for “Hunt Us Not Today” and “Hate Us Not Today”. 
In a video shared by Dogg on Instagram, he explained the reason for marching to LAPD headquarters, saying they wanted “some dialogue (and) some understanding with the new recruits before they hit the streets so that way they know that we (are) just like them and we are trying to live, go home and get some understanding”. 
The two rappers had a private meeting with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Police Chief Charlie Beck and other top police officials following the graduation ceremony. 

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