Unity March held along Flatbush Avenue

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A community rallied against gun violence and marched in unity along Flatbush Avenue Saturday.

Participants in the 20th annual Unity March included members of the NYPD and elected officials, marching for solidarity between residents and the police and to create a safe and vibrant community.

"Violence is growing and all life matters, whether it's police or domestic violence. All life matters," says organizer Reverend Dr. Terry Lee. "We as immigrants are stepping up in America today."

The march ended at Church and Utica avenues where games were held for kids as well as a health and job fair.

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