Fusion – Students at the University of Virginia continued protesting on Thursday following the bloody arrest yesterday morning of Martese Johnson, an African-American honors student. Protesters held hands in a circle on campus and chanted “black lives matter,” a phrase that has been widely used by protesters in Ferguson.
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