PHOTOS: Temecula Black Lives Matter protesters rally on July 4th

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Black Lives Matter protesters march along Old Town Front Street as they make their way to a gathering at the steps of Temecula City Hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Black Lives Matter protesters gather at the Temecula Duck in an effort to rally support against racial injustice and discrimination before marching to city hall, July 4. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Black Lives Matter protesters gather at the Temecula Duck in an effort to rally support against racial injustice and discrimination before marching to city hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters displaying signs against racism rally at the Temecula Duck Pond before a march in solidarity to the Temecula City Hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A protester who frequents the Temecula Duck Pond displays a surfboard with words against law enforcement’s use of force during a rally and march to city hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Black Lives Matter protesters march along Old Town Front Street as they make their way to a gathering at the steps of Temecula City Hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Black Lives Matter protesters take a knee in solidarity in an effort to rally support against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Protesters march along Mercedes Street in Old Town Temecula as they rally for support against racial injustice and discrimination. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Black Lives Matter protesters arrive at the Temecula City Hall after a march from the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Temecula Black Lives Matter protest organizer Amir-Hassan Gates speaks in expressing the group’s continued efforts in raising awareness about racial injustice and discrimination within the community at Temecula City Hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
People gathering at a Black Lives Matter protest express their views about current civil issues during a gathering at Temecula City Hall. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
People supporting the Black Lives Matter movement gather at Temecula City Hall to listen to a variety of speakers and rally support against racial injustice. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo