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Pummeled by the economy and COVID, farmers at the Rochester Public Market say they're holding on

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Max Schulte
Shoppers and vendors at the Rochester Public Market Thursday morning.

During the pandemic, Rochester’s Public Market has endured the same disruptions as many other businesses: supply chain issues, labor shortages and high gas prices. But it's adapting in its own way.

Plus: A mural on East High School depicts local and national leaders of the civil rights movement. We take a closer look at one man in the photo, the Reverend Franklin Florence.

Veronica Volk is a senior editor and producer for WXXI News.
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