“I march because I don’t have a choice. The legacy of my ancestors and elders require that I remember the price they paid for the freedom and privilege that I exist within today. I march for the lives that were lost to acts of violence at the hands of their own kindred or the one swore to protect them. I march because I want to be the catalyst to the mindset of change, ethnic unity, and equality that is desperately needed in our communities. Lastly, I march because I am my sister’s keeper.”

- Johndalyn

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