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Over 110 march to support Black family who had noose left in their yard


Addison Tarbell of Akwesasne flies a Haudenosaunee flag while marching to support a Black family from Massena who were recently targeted with a noose left in their yard.

By Andy Gardner

MASSENA. More than 110 people marched through downtown Massena on Saturday to support a Black family who had a noose left in their yard, and to also demand larger systemic change.

The group gathered at Emmanuel Congregational Chur...

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