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See The Moving Protest Signs From D.C. March Against Police Violence

A look at the protest signs that swept Washington D.C. on December 13.

On Saturday, thousands of protestors joined the families of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and Akai Gurley for a march against police violence in Washington D.C. Protestors of all ages and raced showed up to support the grieving families, and many of the signs went far beyond the chants of "I Can't Breathe" and "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" that we've been hearing over the past few months.

Take a look at some of the most moving signs from the protest below.

All ages were represented.

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The real issues were highlighted.

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Photos communicated the message, too.

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Big dreams for equality.

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Strength in numbers.

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"Hands Up," still.

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Law students weren't feeling the laws either.

Easy when you want it.

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Nothing left to lose.

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Remembering those we've lost.

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We're all suffering.

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New initiatives.

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Will you ignore the problem?

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Because we have a long way to go.

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Unity was the message.

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