Boyle McCauley News

Since 1979 • July 2020 • Circulation 5500

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Boyle McCauley News Statement on Black Lives Matter

Fight for Equity/Black Lives Matter Protest on June 5. Paula E. Kirman

On June 5, an estimated 15,000 people from all over Edmonton (including Boyle Street and McCauley) took part in the Fight for Equity/Black Lives Matter protest, calling for an end to racism and racial injustice. Boyle McCauley News stands in solidarity with the Black and Indigenous members of our community, and against systemic racism. As a community newspaper, we seek to amplify voices from the area and invite people who are part of diverse and/or marginalized communities to contribute as writers and photographers (for our print and online platforms), as well as volunteer in other aspects of the paper, such as block carriers or board members. Contact editor@bmcnews.org for more information.

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