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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    A sign that reads "Black lives matter," is displayed on the Two Cent Bridge as rally goes are shown at Head of Falls Sunday. The rally followed a George Floyd remembrance march through downtown Waterville.

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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Shayna Harvey, left, and Irene Campbell share an emotional moment as the last words of George Floyd were read at the close of a rally at Head of Falls that followed a George Floyd remembrance march through downtown Waterville Sunday.

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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Mike Akanji, holding bull horn, is embraced by Darian Pleasant, after Akanji chanted "Black Lives Matter" for several minutes at the start of rally that began after a George Floyd remembrance march through downtown Waterville Sunday.

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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Participants in a George Floyd remembrance march past the Bill & Joan Alfond Main Street Commons building in downtown Waterville Sunday. The marchers staged a rally at Head of Falls to close the event.

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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    A sign that reads "Black lives matter," is displayed on the Two Cent Bridge as rally goes are shown at Head of Falls Sunday. The rally followed a George Floyd remembrance march through downtown Waterville.

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    Phil Bofia, former Waterville city councilor member and current City of Waterville charter commission member, right, stands between a counter protestor, left, that chanted "All lives matter" and rally participants that chanted "Black lives matter," during a rally at Head of Falls Sunday. The rally followed a George Floyd remembrance march through downtown Waterville,. Waterville Chief of Police Joseph Massey, right, escorted the unidentified man away from the rally.

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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Participants in a George Floyd remembrance march are shown during a rally at Head of Falls Sunday.

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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel file | of | Share this photo

    Phil Bofia, former Waterville city councilor member and current City of Waterville charter commission member, center, stands between a counter protestor, right, that chanted "All lives matter" and a march participant, at left, that chanted "Black lives matter, left, during a rally at Head of Falls Sunday. The rally followed a George Floyd remembrance march through downtown Waterville. Waterville Chief of Police Joseph Massey, right, escorted the unidentified man away from the rally.

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    Waterville March 06072020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    A counter protestor, right, chants "All lives matter" and rally participants at left, chanted "Black lives matter," during a rally at Head of Falls. The rally followed a George Floyd remembrance march through downtown Waterville. Waterville Chief of Police Joseph Massey escorted the unidentified man away from the rally.

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