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'#CLEanTheLand' movement gains momentum to repair destruction from protests and looting

Two different groups are working to clean up 'The Land' on Sunday morning

CLEVELAND — Clevelanders are coming together after a day filled with destruction of businesses and properties in the downtown area.

Two separate campaigns both aimed at repairing damage and cleaning up the city have grabbed attention on social media. 

One Twitter user responded to an announcement saying '#CLEanTheLand 9 a.m. Let's get it trending.'

The first clean up effort will begin at 9 a.m. starting at Progressive Field, while the second will commence at 11 a.m. in Public Square. 

Anyone who is interested in cleaning up the city is encouraged to show up early and ready to clean. 

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