Black Lives Matter marks one year in Sudbury

Following their land acknowledgement and opening speeches. Black Lives Matter protested around the city block containing Tom Davies Square, first moving down Paris Street before stopping on Brady Street in front of the Greater Sudbury Police Service Headquarters. July 9/21 (Ian Campbell/CTV News Northern Ontario) Following their land acknowledgement and opening speeches. Black Lives Matter protested around the city block containing Tom Davies Square, first moving down Paris Street before stopping on Brady Street in front of the Greater Sudbury Police Service Headquarters. July 9/21 (Ian Campbell/CTV News Northern Ontario)

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