Jun 12, 2020 1 min read

Thousands March Across Ingleside In Support Of Black Lives Matter

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Hundreds of families marched from City College of San Francisco to Aptos Middle School Sunday, June 7, in the name of social justice.

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Hundreds of families marched from City College of San Francisco to Aptos Middle School Sunday, June 7, in the name of social justice.

Rally

The “SF Kids Peace March for Black Lives Matter” started at the college’s parking lot with speeches about the need for police reform. Participants of all ages carrying signs went down Frida Kahlo Way and turned on to Ocean Avenue. They chanted “Whose Streets? Our Streets!,” “Black Lives Matter,” and “Say His Name: George Floyd.” Once at Aptos, they turned around and went back down Ocean.

A caravan of vehicles went by several times honking horns in solidarity.


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