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Hundreds March In Streets Of Sag Harbor To Rail Against Police Violence

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Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. MICHAEL HELLER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism.    BEN PARKER

Hundreds of people participated in a protest on Friday in Sag Harbor against police brutality and racism. BEN PARKER

Unable to leave work, Jeremy Impelliveri makes his voice heard from the doorway of the Faherty store as marchers make their way down Main Street during a Black Lives Matter protest rally held in Steinbeck Park on Friday afternoon.    MICHAEL HELLER

Unable to leave work, Jeremy Impelliveri makes his voice heard from the doorway of the Faherty store as marchers make their way down Main Street during a Black Lives Matter protest rally held in Steinbeck Park on Friday afternoon. MICHAEL HELLER

Riverhead Police Officer Patrick Loszweski watches marchers make their way down Main Street from in front of the hastily-barricaded Sag Harbor Launderette during a Black Lives Matter protest rally held in Steinbeck Park on Friday afternoon.   MICHAEL HELLER

Riverhead Police Officer Patrick Loszweski watches marchers make their way down Main Street from in front of the hastily-barricaded Sag Harbor Launderette during a Black Lives Matter protest rally held in Steinbeck Park on Friday afternoon. MICHAEL HELLER

Alec Giufurta on Jun 5, 2020
For eight minutes and 46 seconds, more than 300 demonstrators lied flat, face down, blanketing Main Street in Sag Harbor. Shouting “I can’t breathe,” and “George Floyd,” Friday’s protesters demanded... more

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