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PHOTOS // Scenes From Friday’s Protest Against Racism and Police Brutality

Many thousands of Vancouverites packed into Jack Poole Plaza yesterday for a peaceful protest against racism and police brutality. Local photographer Jonathan Norton was there and has kindly shared these images with us, which we are publishing with gratitude to all who stood in solidarity to have their voices heard…

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  1. One asshole in Toronto thought it was a good idea to show up at the protest wearing blackface.

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