BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The march turned into a block party.

Christie Ileto has more.

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People were arrested Saturday night for breaking curfew; one was pepper sprayed.

It started and ended at North Avenue and Pennsylvania, once the center of this week’s riots and looting; now an intersection where people rally for change.

“Baltimore is united and we all have one cause we’re fighting for,” said one woman.

That cause centers around Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old who died after being critically injured in police custody.

“We’re fighting to continue to fight for justice because so often police officers get acquitted,” said Shanae Barnes.

The six officers involved were charged Friday.

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“It says to me that no one should ever be above the law,” said one man.

Marchers pack streets and swarm the lawn of City Hall.

“I am extremely happy to see the diversity that we have here; we’re not going to be able to resolve these issues unless we have a diverse group of people dealing with these issues, and it’s wonderful that people recognize this is not just an African American issue,” said Congressman Elijah Cummings.

Bill Bradley saw this as a teaching moment.

“My son is the next generation. This is not going to end; unfortunately, we have to keep the pressure on,” Bradley said.

Their message is poignant but peaceful.

“We’re showing that without outside agitators, the citizens and youth can form productive change and come together productively,” said one man.

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Circling back to where it all started in West Baltimore: at Gilmor Homes at North Avenue and Pennsylvania.