Aug 31, 2015

'Love is the anwer' say 20,000 "All Lives Matter" marchers | PJ Tatler

Saturday, in Minneapolis, Reuters reported:Several hundred protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement marched to the Minnesota State Fair on Saturday to bring attention to race issues ranging from policing to underrepresentation of minorities at one of the nation's biggest state fairs.The mixed-race crowd, including senior citizens and children, chanted slogans along the 1-1/2 mile route and...

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