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Residents march to demand equality for Black lives

Chanting "Black lives matter," Don't shoot" and "I can't breathe," more than 100 people marched through Princeton in a rally organized on July 12 by Shariese Katrell and Sam Shweisky to demand equality for Black lives. For more information on what Katrell called a racial equality experiment, in which she claims she was denied a permit to rally last month but a white counterpart was not, visit www.centraljersey.comLEA KAHN/STAFF
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Chanting "Black lives matter," Don't shoot" and "I can't breathe," more than 100 people marched through Princeton in a rally organized on July 12 by Shariese Katrell and Sam Shweisky to demand equality for Black lives. For more information on what Katrell called a racial equality experiment, in which she claims she was denied a permit to rally last month but a white counterpart was not, visit www.centraljersey.comLEA KAHN/STAFF
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