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Protests Against Police Brutality Held on US Capitol Steps

A black teenager stood with his white classmate from a Washington high school and somberly looked on at protesters on Capitol Hill who marched from the White House Thursday evening speaking out against police brutality. The two friends, though of different races, were an image of racial unity during a time when the killings of black Americans by white policemen is indicative of the nation's racial divide. "A lot of people... wait on a system that they already don’t trust – and...

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