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Protesters seek 'Justice for Trayvon'

Protesters gather outside the federal courthouse in downtown Albany on Saturday for one of many Justice for Trayvon rallies held nationwide.
Protesters gather outside the federal courthouse in downtown Albany on Saturday for one of many Justice for Trayvon rallies held nationwide.
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They were black, white and Latino, male and female, old and young. Some spoke with ease when they took the megaphone, their thoughts flowing neat and scholarly. Some boomed with outrage, like one Albany woman whose anger was so palpable her right hand shook the entire time she had the crowd’s attention. Majestic Tillman stuttered when it was his turn to speak at one of many Justice for Trayvon rallies held across the nation Saturday. ...


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muggy
July 21, 2013
6:43 a.m.

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I would have loved to see more photos of this event.

ThePhilistine
July 21, 2013
5:04 p.m.

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the other photso would have revealed the fact that there was about 20 protesters and 80 journalists out of the 100 or so people that showed up to this protest.

editorial
July 23, 2013
11:13 a.m.

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As the reporter who covered this event, I can confidently say that the 100 head count applied to participants, not journalists. There were, however, a dozen or so journalists there.

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