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Tiburon Peninsula students march to amplify black voices

A group of about 40 Del Mar Middle School students and parents walked Blackie’s Pasture and the Old Rail Trail June 6 to protest racial bias and show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement. The local event was one of two peaceful protests against racism and police brutality organized by students over the weekend. On June 7, Redwood High School students and community members gathered at the school’s Larkspur campus for an event sponsored by the school’s Students Organized for Anti-Racism club.

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