Calls for social justice, solidarity persist in Broad Street Park

Jack Hurley, of Claremont, gives a thumbs up to a honking passerby as he holds up a sign that reads “Racism is not patriotic” at a social justice rally in Broad Street Park on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. In talking with other participants, Hurley emphasized the importance of remaining steadfast in calling out racial injustice. Those in attendance also noted that they plan on continuing to gather throughout the winter season.

Calls for social justice, solidarity persist in Broad Street Park

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