Orlando stands with Baltimore: #BlackSpring action scheduled for May 2

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On Saturday, May 2, Orlando joins communities across the nation in holding a #BlackSpring action. The event, part of a national effort to show solidarity with protestors in Baltimore and other cities where protestors have taken to the streets to demand reform of the criminal justice system after the recent death of Freddie Gray, will take place at 134 E. Colonial Drive. Participants will march at the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and Colonial Drive at 5 p.m.

For more information, check out the Facebook page for the event. 



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