Black Lives Matter protesters will once again take to the streets of Anchorage on Monday, Sept. 7, to decry “systemic racism.” Originally scheduled for Aug. 28, the demonstration was postponed to Labor Day due to Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s previous COVID
The next organized racial justice protest in Anchorage has been postponed until Labor Day, Sept. 7. Hosted by the Alaska Black Caucus, the “March on Alaska” was originally scheduled for Aug. 28 to coincide with the 57th anniversary of the historical March
Alaska Black Caucus is organizing a “March on Alaska” to coincide with the 57th anniversary of the historical March on Washington, where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech. “Instigated from the protest movement
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