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Hundreds participated in a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest in Titusville on Sunday.
Marchers called for justice in Tiusville, continuing a weekend of demonstrations around the Space Coast
Thousands marched with members of area police departments through Rockledge and Cocoa during the March for Justice Saturday, June 6, 2020.
Hundreds turned out for a Sunday peaceful Black Lives Matter march and rally in Titusville. Fl.
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About 200-300 demonstrators gathered for the Justice march in Titusville on Sunday, June 7, 2020. Marchers will walk from the Max Brewer Bridge and make their way to Titusville City Hall.
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The confirmed EF1 tornado tore through an apartment complex.
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President Trump announced Sunday the National Guard would withdraw from Washington, D.C., saying that “everything is under perfect control” following nearly two weeks of peaceful protests and violent rioting and looting in response to the death of George Floyd. […]
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Chants included, “No justice, no peace!” “Black lives matter!” “Say his name: George Floyd!” and “Jesus was black!”
Perhaps 300 demonstrators attended, lining the State Road A1A sidewalk from Eau Gallie Boulevard northward to the Ocean Walk Condominiums.