Crowd In Canton Joins Small New York Towns Protesting Racism, Police Brutality

Mal Brewster, a local college student, speaks about his experiences with racism during a vigil in Canton, N.Y., on Saturday.

Crowds gathered in the northern New York village of Canton and other small New York towns on Saturday to protest racism and honor black lives lost to police brutality.

(Image credit: Julia Ritchey/NCPR)

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