March Against Racism & Police Violence Begins and Ends with MLK

March Against Racism & Police Violence Begins and Ends with MLK

On the first anniversary of Elijah McClain's death, on August 30 hundreds of demonstrators joined in the March Against Racism & Police Violence, which started at the foot of the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in Aurora with speeches and remembrances of those who'd been killed, and ended at the MLK statue in Denver's City Park. The demonstration stretched for miles and hours and, in the tradition of MLK, remained peaceful and focused on moving forward.


On the first anniversary of Elijah McClain's death, on August 30 hundreds of demonstrators joined in the March Against Racism & Police Violence, which started at the foot of the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in Aurora with speeches and remembrances of those who'd been killed, and ended at the MLK statue in Denver's City Park. The demonstration stretched for miles and hours and, in the tradition of MLK, remained peaceful and focused on moving forward.
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