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Video: Hundreds Turn Out in Lowville for March
in Solidarity With Black Lives Matter Movement


June 08, 2020   08:30 p.m.
    Lowville, NY- Hundreds of people turned out in Lowville this evening for a
    March in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter and the City of Minneapolis. The
    march was organized by members of the Lowville Academy Class of 2020 and
    the progressive group Indivisible Lowville.

    The march started at the Lewis County Fairgrounds on Bostwick Street, with the
    peaceful marchers using the sidewalk up Bostwick Street, onto State Street and
    up Dayan Street, ending at Veterans Memorial Park on Parkway Drive.

    We covered the event live on our Facebook page, with each video included
    below. The first video is the start of the march at the fairgrounds. The second
    video is of marchers entering Veterans Memorial Park and the third video
    includes a portion of the moment of silence that was held for 8 minutes and 46
    seconds at the park and the conclusion of the ceremony.

    Video 1: Start of March  at Lewis County Fairgrounds


















    Video 2: Marchers Entering Veterans Memorial Park


















    Video 3:  Portion of the 8:47 Moment of Silence and Conclusion of
    Ceremony