Sunday’s Black Lives Matter march in Lakeland is scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. from the field across from Lakewood Terrace/Citrus Gardens at 1507 Powhatan Court. The destination; a peaceful protest with speakers in Munn Park. Local clergy are being asked to walk at the front of the march. Police will be stationed along the route and provide traffic control. Here is the route:

Earlier information that there would be a second starting point for the march was in error, according to Jarvis Washington, president of Black Lives Matter Reformation Polk Inc.


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  1. Let us not to forget that police brutality is a universal problem and it can only thrive when allowed by their leadership. Hold those leaders accountable. If the leaders don’t insist on rigid training and education of all law enforcement they are not doing their jobs. Have a peaceful protest that emphasise that police brutality will not be tolerated.

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