Kendra & George: The ‘P’ in Protest Stands for Peace

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Simple, right? The organizers, Kendra James and George Acheampong II, wanted Charlotte to show up and be seen in another light–thus the dress code. Wanting to do more than repost, I and a friend, wanted to stand in support–though, hardly in our ‘Sunday’s best.’ However, as it is in ‘church,’ the goal is to come as you are and so we did. She and I ventured into Center City and participated. Though quite emotional, it was all peace, unlike the latest news as experienced on Trade & College and witnessed on all media outlets last night.

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