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Rev. Al Sharpton Leads Anti-Violence Rally in Harlem

Rev. Al Sharpton led an anti-violence rally on Thursday (March 21) in Harlem to encourage the rest of the country to adopt the New York SAFE (Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement) ACT.

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