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Coronavirus surges aren't linked to George Floyd, policing, Black Lives Matter protests

USATODAY.com Friday, 19 June 2020 ()
Protests were as common in places with surging coronavirus cases as in others. However, new spikes are in places with a lower rate of spread so far.
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News video: Black Lives Matter Horse Ride Held Along Oakland's Skyline Trail

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Hundreds of horse riders staged a ride supporting the Black Lives Matter movement along Oakland's Skyline Trail over the weekend. The ride, dubbed "Heels Down - Fists Up" was staged by Brianna Noble, whose photo of riding during a protest in Downtown Oakland went viral. (6/21/20)

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