From center left, the Reverends Curtis Gatewood and Nancy Petty lead a group of about 60 protestors down Hillsborough Street near Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh, NC to the State Capitol in a March for Justice Saturday, July 9 2016. They were all part of a larger group that attended a prayer vigil of Lament and Reconciliation at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church earlier for civilian and police victims of violence this past week.
From center left, the Reverends Curtis Gatewood and Nancy Petty lead a group of about 60 protestors down Hillsborough Street near Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh, NC to the State Capitol in a March for Justice Saturday, July 9 2016. They were all part of a larger group that attended a prayer vigil of Lament and Reconciliation at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church earlier for civilian and police victims of violence this past week. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From center left, the Reverends Curtis Gatewood and Nancy Petty lead a group of about 60 protestors down Hillsborough Street near Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh, NC to the State Capitol in a March for Justice Saturday, July 9 2016. They were all part of a larger group that attended a prayer vigil of Lament and Reconciliation at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church earlier for civilian and police victims of violence this past week. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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