Nearly 2,000 March Against Racism In Concord: Watch

Protesters marched through New Hampshire’s capital city, called for an end to police brutality, and memorialized those lost to violence.

CONCORD, NH — Close to 2,000 Black Lives Matters protesters marched from the West End of the city to police headquarters and then to the Statehouse to honor the life of George Floyd and others while calling for an end to police brutality and racism Saturday.

The march was organized by Concord High School students, a former Merrimack Valley High School student who was targeted for taking a knee during a football game in 2017, with a little help from members of the American Friends Service Committee.

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