ELKTON — Between camps in Elkton and North East, more than 500 people lined popular corners of Cecil County highways on Saturday and Sunday — continuing to rally for Black Lives Matter.

“The dramatic, multi-cultural protests that we are witnessing have reopened the dialogue and gives us another chance to try and heal this wound and stop the bleeding. To try to heal a wound that never seems to stop bleeding,” said Anthony Gill, one of several speakers that addressed the Elkton rally on Saturday.

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