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Thousands march in peaceful anti-racism protests in downtown Toronto

Two protests weaved their way through Toronto streets today as thousands joined together to fight anti-racism and police brutality. While one protest originating at Trinity Bellwoods Park made its way to Queen's Park, a second protest weaved from Nathan Phillips Square to Yonge and Dundas.

The protests were peaceful with only a minor presence of agitators like the man who showed up in blackface before being escorted away and arrested by police.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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