Sunday, August 31, 2014

Rally for solidarity in Wooster



Over the past few weeks there has been much attention on the topic of americans and the issue of race, There have been many protest, rallies and yes, some riots. Last week a group of around 200 people of many races got together on the square of Wooster or what they called the "Rally in solidarity with Michael Brown and the people of Ferguson Missouri".

Please take note that there were no rocks being thrown, no firebombs, or teargas. Just a group of people sharing their thoughts. Lest anyone think differently, things like this can take place without violence or hate.  As americans, we must never forget that we will never agree with everything that we hear but we must always support the rights of others to say it.

Good job to the people of Wooster and Wayne County for showing that rallies such as this one can be held in a peaceful way.

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