About 300 people gathered to march Sunday for Black Lives Matter in York. They held signs with, among other things, names of people killed locally and nationally. York police officers lined Congress Street to keep the route secure, and some walked and talked with protestors.
About 300 people gathered to march Sunday for Black Lives Matter in York. They held signs with, among other things, names of people killed locally and nationally. York police officers lined Congress Street to keep the route secure, and some walked and talked with protestors. Jeff Sochko
About 300 people gathered to march Sunday for Black Lives Matter in York. They held signs with, among other things, names of people killed locally and nationally. York police officers lined Congress Street to keep the route secure, and some walked and talked with protestors. Jeff Sochko

York protesters at Black Lives Matter march read names of people killed locally

July 17, 2016 11:14 PM

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