Black Lives Matter supports community


Lock Haven’s local Black Lives matter leader Destiny Urena and member Clarence Taylor held a free donation giveaway in downtown Lock Haven on Monday and also donated to the Clinton County Children and Youth and Clinton County Woman’s Center. Donations were collected within the Facebook group, “There is no place for racism,” and included toiletry products, food, clothing and more. Masks were worn and all items were cleaned. For the most part, the group was met with support. The group will be having a Thursday night online support group for those affected by the system. For more information, join “There is no place for racism” Facebook page.


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