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Protests March Forward Seeking Racial Equality At Local And National Level

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On Thursday, racial justice protestors march north on Main Street in Columbia and ended up at the intersection of Rt. 3 and Admirals Parkway.
On Thursday, racial justice protestors march north on Main Street in Columbia and ended up at the intersection of Rt. 3 and Admirals Parkway.

Racial equality marches continue in Columbia and Waterloo as they do throughout the United States. Two more protests took place this week in both towns. Sparked by the May 25 death of George Floyd death in Minneapolis, it seems the protestors will continue to demonstrate their First Amendment rights until they what they see as …

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