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November 23, 1987

About 6,000 people demonstrated in Oakland as part of the second annual March for Righteousness whose goal is to protest drug dealing that thrives in some city neighborhoods. Balloon-carrying marchers started at churches at opposite ends of the city and converged in a rally at City Hall. "We're going to take the city back," said the Rev. David Kipeley of Shiloh Christian Fellowship. "We're going to take a stand."

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