Moved by issues of racism, thousands of Milton residents took to the street June 4 in a socially distanced demonstration along Blue Hills Parkway. Milton Times Videographer Desmond Bradford captured a sense of the strength of the quickly assembled peaceful protest in the aftermath of the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. There were no speeches, only horns honking and homemade signs expressing Black Lives Matter.
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