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Baltimore County redistricting rally | PHOTOS

About 25 people rally at Millennium Park for Fair Maps after a short march from the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail to remind the Council that racist past must not be allowed to continue into the the next decade.
(Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun)
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The Candlelight March and Rally for Fair Maps begins at the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail and ends at Millennium Park.
(Kenneth K. Lam)
Rally for fair maps
About 25 people rally at Millennium Park for Fair Maps after a short march from the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail to remind the Council that racist past must not be allowed to continue into the the next decade.
About 25 people rally at Millennium Park for Fair Maps after a short march from the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail to remind the Council that racist past must not be allowed to continue into the the next decade. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun)
Rally for fair maps
About 25 people march from the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail to Millennium Park for fair redistricting maps.
About 25 people march from the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail to Millennium Park for fair redistricting maps. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun)
Rally for fair maps
Danielle Singley, center, Exe. Director of Randallstown NAACP, leads about 25 people in a rally at Millennium Park for Fair Maps. The group marched from the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail to the park to remind the Council that racist past must not be allowed to continue into the the next decade.
Danielle Singley, center, Exe. Director of Randallstown NAACP, leads about 25 people in a rally at Millennium Park for Fair Maps. The group marched from the Howard Cooper Lynching Memorial at the Baltimore County Historic Jail to the park to remind the Council that racist past must not be allowed to continue into the the next decade. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun)
Rally for fair maps
Will Schwartz, center, of the MD Lynching Project, speaks to about 25 people during rally at Millennium Park for Fair Maps.
Will Schwartz, center, of the MD Lynching Project, speaks to about 25 people during rally at Millennium Park for Fair Maps. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun)
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