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AL SHARPTON HOLDS VIGIL

By Black Radio Network Staff

STATEN ISLAND, NY - National Action Network chief Rev. Al Sharpton today held a vigil at the site where Eric Garner was killed by police on Staten Island, NY six years ago. Sharpton lamented that both Garner and George Floyd's last words were "I can't breathe." Sharpton vowed he will do everything he can to stem these violent acts against Black people.

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