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Topic - Kevin Moore
Tens of thousands of people descended on the National Mall on Saturday to rally for a litany of civil rights issues in an event organizers billed as a continuation of the March on Washington 50 years ago.
Mr. Moore said he was holding a sign, made by the NAACP, supporting a package of legislative reforms proposed as a result of Martin's killing because the incident "hit close to home."
"I figure we come out and unite and show we're serious," he said. "There's gonna be change."