On Saturday, nearly 150 demonstrators met on the fields of the Chilmark library to kneel in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and inspire more peaceful protests on the Island.  Despite temperatures rising well into the 80s and heavy humidity, participants were eager to show their support for the movement, cheer on speakers, and reflect on police brutality and systemic racism. 

While demonstrators have met daily at Beetlebung Corner since June 6 to protest police brutality and…

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