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- Dayton protests: What people are saying on social mediaFollowing Saturday’s protests in Dayton to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, people took to social media to express their opinions on the violence and vandalism that took place in downtown.
- Small protest in Middletown ends with rocks thrown after dark SaturdayA protest of about 30 people holding signs was peaceful in Middletown on Saturday until after dark, when some rock-throwing began, according to police Chief David Birk
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