Hundreds of people gathered on Saturday in Overland Park for a march and rally supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. Participants sang, chanted and shouted the names of people killed in officer-involved incidents.
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I want to see us start, and catapult the change. There will be another loss of life. He encouraged young people to register to vote.
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Linnaia McKenzie, Overland Park native, co-organized the event. She said the show of support from the community during the rally and march reinforced her belief that the people of Overland Park care about and support each other. Following the march down Santa Fe Drive, participants convened under the clock tower in downtown Overland Park for a rally that featured several speakers and a musical performance.
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