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ANTI-POVERTY PROTESTERS SHUT DOWN BOSTON STREETS

Protesters calling for a higher minimum wage blocked Congress and Franklin streets Monday afternoon in downtown Boston. [Photo: Andy Metzger/SHNS]

Calling for a higher minimum wage and other priorities, activists with the Poor People's campaign shut down an intersection in Boston's Post Office Square on Monday afternoon, sitting down in the middle of Congress and Franklin streets.

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