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  • Natural Allah talks about policing at Black Lives Matter event in Sumner

    Natural Allah, who has lived in Sumner since 2006, talks about his experiences growing up with policing in New York during a Black Lives Matter event at Legacy Park in Sumner on Sunday afternoon.

Natural Allah, who has lived in Sumner since 2006, talks about his experiences growing up with policing in New York during a Black Lives Matter event at Legacy Park in Sumner on Sunday afternoon. Kenny Ocker kocker@thenewstribune.com
Natural Allah, who has lived in Sumner since 2006, talks about his experiences growing up with policing in New York during a Black Lives Matter event at Legacy Park in Sumner on Sunday afternoon. Kenny Ocker kocker@thenewstribune.com

Black Lives Matter comes to suburban Sumner

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