Protests

Thousands of protesters take to D.C. streets to rally for racial justice

As Trump lashes out against people of color, organizers are fighting back.

Thousands of people rallied for racial justice in the nation's capital on Saturday as part of the March for Racial Justice and the March for Black Women. The two rallies, which were organized separately but in close coordination, took place in different nearby parks before meeting up to march past the Department of Justice's headquarters and onto the National Mall, where marchers heard from feminist activist Gloria Steinem, Muslim rights activist Linda Sarsour, and Philando Castile's mother Valerie Castile

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