Activists hold rally in N.J. to mark one year after Capitol attack in Washington

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On the one year anniversary of the attack on the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., a crowd of over 150 people spaced themselves throughout Hinds Plaza in Princeton Thursday night to remember the event, at a candlelight vigil and rally. The group called the event, “We the People: January 6th Day of Remembrance and Action.” Most held battery operated flameless candles, and all but a few wore masks. From a platform, speaker Laura Zurfluh, the coordinator of a political activist group called Indivisible Cranbury, pointed out the diversity of those in attendance and then quoted Winston Chu…

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