Lansing Marches Against Police Brutality and Discrimination
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When Haley and Emila Georgia decided to orgainize a Lansing ‘March Against Police Brutality’ in the wake of the Feorge Floyd killing in Minneapolis, they thought that they and only a few family members would be marching from the Lansing Town Hall to Terpening Corners (the intersection between Triphammer and Peruville Roads) Sunday morning. 176 people showed up.  Despite some general threats on social media in which some local residents insinuated they would run over protesters, the…

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