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Newark, New Jersey, July 19, 2017: Ambulances pass through the intersection of Broad and Market in Newark as the Newark Anti-Violence Coalition hold a demonstration to protest against the recent gun violence that has plagued the city.  ©The Star-Ledger / Andrew Miller / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 19, 2017: Ambulances pass through the intersection of Broad and Market in Newark as the Newark Anti-Violence Coalition hold a demonstration to protest against the recent gun violence that has plagued the city. ©The Star-Ledger / Andrew Miller / The Image Works
St. Petersburg, Florida, July 10, 2017:  A forum for six mayoral candidates and eight hopefuls for City Council was disrupted by jeers and chants largely orchestrated largely by the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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St. Petersburg, Florida, July 10, 2017: A forum for six mayoral candidates and eight hopefuls for City Council was disrupted by jeers and chants largely orchestrated largely by the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: People march in front of Newark's 1st precinct Police Station. In 1967 it was the 4th precinct and it was near where two white officers arrested and beat black cab driver John Smith. After people thought he was killed there the riot took place there. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.     ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: People march in front of Newark's 1st precinct Police Station. In 1967 it was the 4th precinct and it was near where two white officers arrested and beat black cab driver John Smith. After people thought he was killed there the riot took place there. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: Kimberly Spellman sheds a tear as she listens during the memorial. Her mother Eloise Spellman was killed during the riots. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: Kimberly Spellman sheds a tear as she listens during the memorial. Her mother Eloise Spellman was killed during the riots. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: A man holds a clenched fist as people say, No Justice, No Peace. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.      ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: A man holds a clenched fist as people say, No Justice, No Peace. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: Kimberly Spellman, center, the daughter of Eloise Spellman who was killed in the riots is hugged after talking about her. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.      ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: Kimberly Spellman, center, the daughter of Eloise Spellman who was killed in the riots is hugged after talking about her. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: Larry Hamm, the Chairman of The People's Organization For Progress, address the crowd during the memorial.  The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.     ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: Larry Hamm, the Chairman of The People's Organization For Progress, address the crowd during the memorial. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: A boy places flowers down at a memorial for people who died in the riot. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.      ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: A boy places flowers down at a memorial for people who died in the riot. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: James Smith, the brother of cab driver John Smith, who's beating by Newark Police started the riot, addresses the crowd outside Newark's 1st Precinct. His brother is on the cover of the 1967 Time Magazine. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.    ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: James Smith, the brother of cab driver John Smith, who's beating by Newark Police started the riot, addresses the crowd outside Newark's 1st Precinct. His brother is on the cover of the 1967 Time Magazine. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: People march along Irvine Turner Blvd holding old news photos of the riot. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots.     ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, July 12, 2017: People march along Irvine Turner Blvd holding old news photos of the riot. The People's Organization For Progress holds a memorial and march to remember the 1967 Newark Riots. ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
August 19, 2017. Boston, MA. Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups. By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave.  ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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August 19, 2017. Boston, MA.
Thousands of counterprotesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned “free speech” rally that many feared would be attended by white-supremacist groups.
By 1 p.m., the handful of rally attendees had left the Boston Common pavillion, concluding their event without planned speeches. A victorious cheer went up among the counterprotesters, as many began to leave. ©Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works

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