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Hundreds of people take to the street on Martin Luther King Day Monday to fight racism, gun violence and discrimination in an annual Reclaim MLK protest sponsored by the local civil rights organization Don’t Shoot. No permits were sought and traffic was temporarily blocked. The protesters carried signs, including ones that said, “Black Lives Matter” and “Justice for Quanice Hayes.”

Hundreds of people take to the street on Martin Luther King Day Monday to fight racism, gun violence and discrimination in an annual Reclaim MLK protest sponsored by the local civil rights organization Don’t Shoot. No permits were sought and traffic was temporarily blocked. The protesters carried signs, including ones that said, “Black Lives Matter” and “Justice for Quanice Hayes.”

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