Holyoke protest against racism and police brutality

HOLYOKE — Police Chief Manuel Febo and other public officials joined a crowd of more than 1,000 in a march against racism and police brutality as waves of demonstrations continued across the country Tuesday following the recent death of George Floyd during an arrest in Minnesota.

The march went from City Hall to a parking lot at Heritage State Park across the street from the city’s police headquarters on Appleton Street. The crowd filled High Street, chanting “don’t shoot” and…

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