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Anyiwei Maciek was instrumental in organizing thousands of people through Fargo's streets during the “Justice for George Floyd” march on May 30, 2020.
"She really cared about people, and we don't see that all that often in this community. That was how she is and that's how she should be remembered," a fellow OneFargo organizer said.
Hundreds gathered Saturday, June 19, at Lindenwood Park to mark the North Dakota’s first official Juneteenth celebration.
The state’s first Juneteenth Freedom Celebration in Fargo will be held from noon until 7 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at 1905 Roger Maris Drive, Lindenwood Park.

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The state’s first Juneteenth Freedom Celebration in Fargo will be held from noon until 7 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at 1905 Roger Maris Drive, Lindenwood Park.
Questions remain about what triggered the violence in downtown Fargo, but city leaders and activists say now is not the time to point fingers. Instead, they are looking toward a brighter future.
On Monday, April 19, about 80 people packed City Hall to let commissioners know they don’t plan on going away.
2020 was the year of the coronavirus pandemic, but also the year for activism, which will continue to move forward for social change.
FARGO — Shortly after OneFargo was to hold a community celebration at Island Park in Fargo at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, a notice went up that it was cancelled, citing covid safety reasons. Instead, the group indicated they would hold a virtual celebration.

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FARGO — OneFargo is hosting a Breaking the Glass Ceiling event from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Labor Union Hall, 3002 First Ave. N., Fargo.
FARGO — A collection of groups and community leaders will hold a rally Saturday, Oct. 10, in Fargo's Island Park to encourage voter turnout in the Nov. 3 general election.
FARGO — Black Lives Matter leader Faith Dixon said she has received many death threats on social media since protests began after George Floyd died in custody of Minneapolis police in May.

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