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Singing spirituals and protest songs from the civil rights era, a group of clergy and activists from across the country began a 118-mile march to Washington on Monday to protest white supremacy and demand that President Trump be removed from office.
The long walk will last 10 days and take the marchers across the heart of Virginia — a road of solidly red counties — then straight to the seat of American power, where they plan to engage in protests and nonviolent civil disobedience.
“We need the country to listen to us, if there’s going to be change, if we’re going end all the racial hatred,” said Joseph Scott, 23, who works in dining services at the University of Virginia.
originally posted by: loam
originally posted by: xuenchen
What will it take to make people happy?
A single party state.
And then, they will move on to cannibalizing their own.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: xuenchen
Well good for them.
I hope they wear comfortable shoes.