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Illini football players Delano Ware, Moses Okpala, Jartavius Martin, Owen Carney, and Khalan Tolson march down First Street to protest police brutality in the black community on Monday afternoon.
By Cameron Krasucki September 2, 2020
Two Illinois students hold up BLM signs to onlooking cars on Green Street on Monday.
Illinois athletes and students cross Springfield Avenue during the BLM protest on Monday.
Two protesters hold hands as they march toward the Champaign Police Department.
A large crowd of protesters gathers around the march organizer, Kendrick Green, in front of the Champaign Police Department.
Illini football players Doug Kramer Jr., Owen Carney, and Marquez Beason take a knee to honor those who have died at the hands of police on Monday afternoon.
Illinois students kneel in silence in front of the Champaign Police Department.
Illinois students rally around BLM protest speakers on Monday.
Illini football player, Nate Hobbs, wears a shirt protesting the unfair treatment of people in the black community on Monday.
A Champaign local makes a speech in front of the Champaign Police Department.
Illinois football players listen to march speakers whilst holding up BLM signs.
BLM protestors make their way down University Avenue on Monday afternoon.
Illinois women's basketball players march down Fourth Street with their fists raised on Monday.
BLM supporters hand out waters along the protest route on Monday afternoon.
Illinois students walk past the Armory on Fourth Street to support BLM on Monday.
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