Black Lives Matter 757 took to the streets on the 5th of November, to express dissatisfaction with Trump, the status quo, and demand that Biden harden his policies in order to satisfy the American populace that voted for him. About 15 demonstrators attended the march, which went downtown from the Robert E. Lee statue in the center of the city.
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