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  • Hundreds march through streets of Sacramento in unity rally

    In this video live streamed to Facebook, more than 500 people marched to the steps of the California State Capitol on Sunday in response to events in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. The rally was against white supremacy, with some chanting, "Black Lives Matter."

In this video live streamed to Facebook, more than 500 people marched to the steps of the California State Capitol on Sunday in response to events in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. The rally was against white supremacy, with some chanting, "Black Lives Matter." Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee
In this video live streamed to Facebook, more than 500 people marched to the steps of the California State Capitol on Sunday in response to events in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. The rally was against white supremacy, with some chanting, "Black Lives Matter." Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee

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