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A banner created by a student at De La Salle High School depicting African Americans who have been killed in confrontations with police in recent years across the country is showcased at a “Reclaim Martin Luther King March” Sunday at Peninsula Park in north Portland organized by the protest group ‘Don’t Shoot Portland.’

A banner created by a student at De La Salle High School depicting African Americans who have been killed in confrontations with police in recent years across the country is showcased at a “Reclaim Martin Luther King March” Sunday at Peninsula Park in north Portland organized by the protest group ‘Don’t Shoot Portland.’

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On Sunday, January 15, 2017 nearly 100 people braved freezing temperatures, a foot of piled snow and solid inches of ice for a rally at Peninsula Park in north Portland and a march to the MLK statute on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard at the Oregon Convention Center.