CAMDEN, NJ — More than 500 people gathered in Camden on Sunday to peacefully protest following the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other victims of police brutality.

It came a week after hundreds marched in solidarity in the city, joined by the Camden County police chief and other city leaders. 

Sunday's march, which headed to City Hall and the police administration building, was organized by Camden artists looking to provide a place for outspoken young voices.

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"You don't want it to dwindle. You don't want it to die down at all because that's when things become infiltrated," organizer Javon Saint Cloud, 28, told TAPinto Camden. "The biggest thing is to unify and organize as soon as possible, so we can get these policies in these organizations and places that we want to see changes."

Check out the 40-photo gallery of the protest above. 

Read TAPinto Camden's coverage of the march here: Camden's Youth Keep Momentum Going for Black Lives Matter, Spell Out Demands to Police

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