Protesters block traffic on Monroe Street, the main north-south street through Tallahassee. Protesters march from the Florida State University campus while police block intersecting streets. Marchers gather on the steps of the Historic Capitol, the endpoint of their protest against police violence.
Protesters block traffic on Monroe Street, the main north-south street through Tallahassee. Protesters march from the Florida State University campus while police block intersecting streets. Marchers gather on the steps of the Historic Capitol, the endpoint of their protest against police violence. Michael Auslen Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau
Protesters block traffic on Monroe Street, the main north-south street through Tallahassee. Protesters march from the Florida State University campus while police block intersecting streets. Marchers gather on the steps of the Historic Capitol, the endpoint of their protest against police violence. Michael Auslen Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau

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