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Justice March at Capitol Hill #JWJ16

by Community Change Action | February 12, 2016 3:58 pm

Today, Center for Community Change writing fellow Fred McKissack is at the Jobs With Justice National Conference capturing the action from the justice march on Capitol Hill. Following along with all of the action below.

For a chronological order of events, read from the bottom up.

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