About 10 people gathered along Hghway 65-69 in Indianola Sunday for a march noting the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, and a candlelight vigil recognizing other Black people who have died recently at the hands of police.

About 10 people participated in a Black Lives Matter march Sunday that ended with a candlelight vigil and ceremony called pouring libations, a tradition in Black culture.


Clemente Love pours water on the ground as part of pouring libations, a ceremony that pays homage to the dead and their place in the cycle of life.

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