Protesters march in front of the headquarters of the Akron Police Department during a march of the Ohio Community Coalition Akron Chapter protesting the March killing of Breonna Taylor by members of the Louisville, Kentucky, police department Sunday in Akron. [Karen Schiely/Beacon Journal]
Protesters march in front of the headquarters of the Akron Police Department during a march of the Ohio Community Coalition Akron Chapter protesting the March killing of Breonna Taylor by members of the Louisville, Kentucky, police department Sunday in Akron. [Karen Schiely/Beacon Journal]

A small, racially diverse group of anti-violence protestors walked in the streets of Akron Sunday with armed “white allies” at their side.

Just like the 100-plus residents who walked from Highland Square to City Hall on Friday, these 20 protesters chanted the name of Breonna Taylor, a Black woman killed by a Louisville police officer.

More than numbers set the pair of weekend protests apart.

On Sunday, the small band of Black Lives Matter supporters stepped off the sidewalk and into the…

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