Norine Dworkin

"They worried about attacks"

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Norine Dworkin

Monday, March 29, 2021

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Young activists from three area high schools, including West Orange High School, turned out to the Teens United Stop The Hate rally against Asian violence on Sunday in the Milk District. Surveying the students who took over two corners of Bumby Avenue at Colonial Drive, rally organizer Justin Le told VoxPopuli that Teens United typically has larger turnout at their events but that he'd heard people were worried about attacks on the rally. Watch the interview. Camera: Fletcher Dworkin-McDaniel

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