Fourth of July protests Union Square

Some New Yorkers spent their Independence Day continuing the fight to end racism and police brutality.

Dozens gathered In Manhattan’s Union Square, with many questioning “whose freedom is actually being celebrated?”

Some protesters pointed out that on the nation’s first Independence Day, Black people in America were still enslaved.

“Today is not our holiday, so same purpose as before: Letting people know that slaves are coming in ships after July 4 1776, and the Trail of Tears happened in…

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