CLARK, NJ - Just two days after a rally and march moved through Clark, a second will be held on Saturday according to Mayor Bonaccorso.  Participants will gather and walk down Westfield Avenue at 3:00 p.m. 

Bonaccorso said the leaders of this march met with him, Police Chief Matos, Business Administrator John Laezza and Mayor Giacobbe of Rahway on Wednesday at Clark’s Town Hall .  “These are good people we met with,” the mayor said.  “They want a peaceful event and I welcome them to come here.”

According a post on Giacobbe’s Facebook page, the organizers of Saturday’s event are the same group that help a peaceful protest in Rahway on Sunday, May 31.

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This march will be the second held in Clark within three days, and one of many held in surrounding towns in the last week.   

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