In Madison, Wisconsin, about three dozen people gather every day at noon for an hour to sing traditional protest songs like "We Shall Overcome" in the Capitol Rotunda.
In Madison, Wisconsin, about three dozen people gather every day at noon for an hour to sing traditional protest songs like "We Shall Overcome" in the Capitol Rotunda. MCT
In Madison, Wisconsin, about three dozen people gather every day at noon for an hour to sing traditional protest songs like "We Shall Overcome" in the Capitol Rotunda. MCT

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