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2020: year in review

Volunteers painted ‘Black lives matter’ on Washington Street in Nubian Square on a July weekend. PHOTO: ISABEL LEON, MAYOR’S OFFICE
A couple crosses a traffic-free Longfellow Bridge in May during the statewide stay-at-home order. PHOTO: PHILLIP MARTIN
Scant traffic in Dewey Square during morning rush hour underscores the severity of the Governor’s stay-at-home order. BANNER PHOTO
Ernst Jean-Jacques leads demonstrators in a cheer on Essex Street Nov. 7 as Joe Biden was declared president-elect. BANNER PHOTO
Demonstrators lead a June anti-police violence march through Roxbury en route to the State House. BANNER PHOTO
Cyclists with the Ride for Black Lives make their way down Centre Street in Jamaica Plain during a July ride. BANNER PHOTO
City Councilor Annissa Essaibi George and state Rep.-Elect Brandy Flucker-Oakley greet voters at the Lower Mills Branch of the Boston Public Library during the Sept. 1 primary. BANNER PHOTO
Parents at Boston Latin School demonstrate against a proposed one-year change in the admissions policy for the city’s three selective admissions schools. BANNER PHOTO
Mayor Martin Walsh swears in the most diverse City Council in the city’s history in January at Faneuil Hall. BANNER PHOTO
U.S. Sen. Ed Markey (left) and U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy. BANNER FILE PHOTOS

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