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  • Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone

    More than 200 people gathered in Rock Hill Saturday morning to remember the life of Brother David Boone, one of Rock Hill’s most influential civil rights protesters. Boone died Nov. 5 at age 84 after a long fight with cancer.