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By Jane Rebecca Marchant On Saturday, December 13th, over 50,000 people protested the failure of grand juries in Ferguson, MO and Staten Island, NY to indict police officers involved in the recent deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Organized by the Millions March NYC Coalition, protesters gathering at Washington Square Park and proceeded to […]
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