March for Martese Johnson: From Rotunda to UVa. President’s home

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – On Saturday, a group of people marched on behalf of a University of Virginia student bloodied during an arrest by ABC agents last month.

Martese Johnson led the procession from the Rotunda to President Teresa Sullivan's home.

Sullivan came out to greet Johnson and then went back inside.

Leaders of the march also gave a speech demanding UVa. alumni for change.

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