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19 de Septiembre de 2007

Residentes de Harlem se dirigen a Jena, Louisiana para participar en marcha por la libertad de "los Seis de Jena"

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Activistas de todo el país se dirigen a Jena, Louisiana, para participar el jueves en una gran manifestación en protesta por el trato dado a seis estudiantes de secundaria afroestadounidenses que fueron encarcelados y acusados de intento de homicidio por participar en una pelea después de que varias horcas fueran colgadas de un árbol en el patio escolar. Anoche entrevistamos a varios activistas de Harlem, Nueva York antes de que tomaran los autobuses rumbo a Jena.