Editor’s note: If the age does not appear next to a name, it was not listed in the court record.
Around 75 people gathered Friday afternoon in the downtown Anna Bell Farmer Park and gazebo for a peaceful protest picnic. Those attending (ABOVE AND BELOW) made and held up signs to motorists that read ‘Black Lives Matter,’ ‘Silence is Violence,’ ‘Enough is Enough,’ and ‘I can’t breathe.’ Danielle Samuels (BOTTOM LEFT) holds up a sign with information on how to help. The event was organized by Rowan Martha DrowningBear Bissell and featured Kenyatta Wright as guest speaker. “Thank you for taking the time out of your day to participate in this movement that is sweeping the world!” Bissell said. “And thank you to everyone for asking, helping, and providing supplies, food and advice!”AMIE REMER
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They perform expected deeds many ways.
“God is jealous, and the Lord avenges; The Lord avenges and is furious. The Lord will take vengeance on His adversaries, And He reserves wrath for His enemies; The Lord is slow to anger and great in power, and will not at all acquit the wicked” (Nahum 1:2-3).