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Poetic protest

by Hilary Beaumont

El Jones recites a fierce poem for gathered supporters at Saturday's protest against the criminalization of black youths (Photo: Hilary Beaumont)
C. J. Hamilton and Chris Whynder carry a banner through Halifax's north end Saturday (Photo: Hilary Beaumont)
A young girl marches in the protest Saturday (Photo: Hilary Beaumont)
Isaac Saney, a Dalhousie faculty member, yells into the megaphone (Photo: Hilary Beaumont)
One protester finishes her sign at the commons before joining the march (Photo: Hilary Beaumont)

On June 20, 50 people participated in a rally against the criminalization of black youth. The rally was organized by the Black Inspiration Network Nova Scotia (BINNS).

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