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Columbia Officials Pleased Racial Injustice Awareness Protest Conducted With Civility

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Columbia Mayor Kevin Hutchinson, right, listens to two the June 4 Black Lives Matter march organizers, B. Phillips, left, and Mia Boyer-Edwards, center.
Columbia Mayor Kevin Hutchinson, right, listens to two the June 4 Black Lives Matter march organizers, B. Phillips, left, and Mia Boyer-Edwards, center.

A group of 50 county citizens gathered June 4 in Columbia to show their solidarity with those marching marching throughout the United States for racial justice. Led by 2019 CHS grad Mia Boyer-Edwards, they gathered at 12:30 p.m. in Bolm-Schuhkraft Park. This protest was a gathering of county citizens, many of which were recent local …

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