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Dozens protest against hate in Lynn

James Grayson and Maria Conlon, both of Lynn, hold up a banner that reads "C'Ville to Lynn, no to racism, solidarity will win" during the Rally and March Against Racism in Lynn. (Spenser Hasak)
LYNN — Peabody’s Karyn King Fargo stood outside of Lynn City Hall, carrying a sign bearing words shared on Heather Heyer’s last Facebook Post. “If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.” The message was meant to honor Heyer, who was killed during protests last week in Charlottesville, Va. King Fargo was one of more…

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