I arrived at the march when a fair sized portion of the group decided to walk across the Hawthorne bridge. The bridge was closed off at the time, due to the march passing down SW 1st street.
Hesitatingly at first, and then with gusto, folks marched across the bridge. Not being up to the exertion of the march at this time, I drove over to the east side of the bridge and rejoined them as the march traveled north under the exit ramp, and immediately walked up the embankment to take the Morrison bridge.
The police were going crazy at this time, and I don't think they knew what to do. They were all over the place, sirens screaming and lights flashing.
By the time the march started crossing the bridge, the police blocked their way, and an impasse lasted for a number of loud and passionate minutes. At this time, the Morrison bridge is undergoing construction, only allowing vehicle passage to Interstate 5.
After this brief confrontation and a mic check, police officers stood aside and they passed by the barricade of motorcycles. The crowd weaved 100 feet or so through the cars which were then idling on the bridge, spun around and headed down to Grand Avenue.
On reaching Grand Avenue, the march took the entire northbound street and headed up to the Burnside bridge.
The video stops at this point.
About 5 minutes in length.