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WEST PALM BEACH (CBSMiami) –The Urban League of Palm Beach County organized a rally and march against injustice in downtown West Palm Beach on Friday.

About three dozen people marched from the sand sculpture at the downtown park on Flagler to the MLK Memorial about two miles North on the intracoastal.

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Marchers wore shirts saying “end racism” and “I can’t breathe,” in reference to the Eric Garner case in New York.

They also chanted “hands up” in reference to the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, Missouri.

The rally was attended by community leaders and clergy, including retired Palm beach County Judge Edward Rodgers, who was the county’s first black judge appointed in 1973.

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