NEWARK — The chants have the same message. The signs have the same words.
But the usual suspects in the world of Newark dissent have a lot more voices joining their ranks.
Close to 200 people marched from the Essex County Hall of Records, to City Hall to the Prudential building on Broad Street Tuesday night, protesting unrelenting economic conditions they say have had an outsize effect on urban communities. Newark’s unemployment rate skyrocketed after the economic collapse and has hovered around 15 percent for the past two years.