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Event brings together 225 people for speeches, demonstration along Historic Columbia River Highway

COURTESY PHOTO: ANA LINDEN - About 120 people came together in Corbett on Saturday, June 27, in support of Black Lives Matter. More than 200 people gathered this weekend along the Historic Columbia River Highway in Corbett in support of Black Lives Matter.

COURTESY PHOTO: ANA LINDEN - Wood Village Mayor Scott Harden joined the Black Lives Matter march in Corbett. The Corbett Supports Black Lives Matter event was held at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 27, in front of the Corbett Water District building. About 225 people came together to hold signs and listen to speakers.

The gathering was the latest to come together around Black Lives Matter in East Multnomah County. There have been other events in Gresham, Troutdale and Wood Village.

COURTESY PHOTO: ANA LINDEN - Many of those who went to the Corbett event brought signs to hold along the Historic Columbia River Highway.

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