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Community marches for economic and racial justice 

Community members marched on the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination to stand against racism and to fight for an end to poverty-level wages. A group of nearly a hundred marched from Joseph C. Wilson Foundation Academy on Genesee Street through the surrounding neighborhood, eventually ending at the academy for a town hall style meeting.

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